Treasure Town Inn
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... a dry goods store that works under the motto, “If you can’t find it at A. Schwab, you’re probably better off without it.” It features Beale Street memorabilia, hoodoo items, and assorted dry goods.
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So my first experience of The Greyhound was a peculiar one. Some weirdo pushed my bag through the weigh scale to the other side and all the staff went on lockdown and hid in there offices and the shouted at me when I asked to get my bag. After 30mins of waiting very patiently (very patiently as I'm not a very patient person!) someone retrieved my bag and I didn't have to pay the extra weight fee! Happy days, to be fare I would have rather paid ...
... fantastic, really interactive and informative. When we went back to the main museum, we disembarked the bus and had a mosey in the gift shops. This was definitely for the more hard core of fans, with one of the suits for say retailing for $3,500! But we did stretch to a postcard! Back to the other King. We decided to visit the Civil Rights museum, the actually museum was set inside the Lorraine hotel, where ML King was shot which was rather ...
... and out of the bars. Shame we had to purchase a drink in each one.
We didn't go in this one but we loved the sign.
Barry had a dance when the Elvis impersonator was signing and didn't know I had the camera out. The singer wouldn't allow me to take his pic when Barry sang with him. Spoilt sport.
Another early start tomorrow at ...
... who were made homeless when they closed the motel, and all the people still on the street, all the black community who are still not accepted. It was a fair argument and she was a lovely determined lady who has only missed a couple of days in those years for two reasons; jail for protesting and jury duty. She read us a passage from one of his speeches that he gave to a group of young adults roughly our age about no matter what we become and what we want to ...