Boone Plantation
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Wednesday, 25/06/13 We awoke to the sounds and smells of a cooked breakfast being prepared by our host, Dean. The night before we had arranged to all have breakfast together before we left for the airport, all five of us. We sluggishly got up due to the late night we had just had but tucked […]

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Washington Monument
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Sunday, 22/06/14 We got to Washington D.C. in the afternoon and took a metro to Columbia Heights, where we will staying whilst here. Our host, Dean, had laid on a party for the World Cup with the USA playing Portugal. We were expecting a few people when we arrived but there were 30+ there and […]

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Elspreth's Alley
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Friday, 20/06/14 We had a megabus booked for our journey to Philapdephia from New York and it turned out to be a fairly cheap and easy way of getting there. We set off at around 11am and were in Philly and checked into our hostel by 2pm. We opted to stay right in the centre […]

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Brooklyn Bridge
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13/06/14 We got to New York on Friday afternoon, flying into La Guardia airport, in Queens. Instead of a cab we opted for a bus and subway to save some money which actually worked out to be a very easy way of getting to where we were staying although there were no lines directly South […]

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Preservation Hall
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Our first night in New Orleans was spent at the Crescent Palms Motel, near to the hostel where will be checking in the next day. We have since learned that New Orleans is referred to as the crescent city due to the bay it sits on. We just lazed around the motel and checked out […]

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Ground Zero Blues Club
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We arrived in Clarksdale mid-afternoon and hunted out a motel for the night, deciding on the Uptown Inn Motel. Once settled we rested before heading out to the ‘Ground Zero Blues Club’. This is a blues club in downtown Clarksdale nestled amongst derelict buildings and next to the old railway station. It is part owned by […]

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Bar-B-Q Shop
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Whilst in Memphis there are many music themed attraction to keep you busy. The first one on the agenda was Graceland, home of Elvis Presley. There you get to take an audio tour around the house and grounds, see his car and plane collection and walk through exhibits of his life and career. This was […]

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Thomas Drugs Store
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The drive to Memphis is only a few hours from Nashville so on the way we decided to see a few sites. We actually set off in the opposite direction to start with to visit an old school drug store in Cross Plains, north of Nashville. At the Thomas Drugs Store we sampled a peanut […]

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Legends
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We drove into downtown on our first morning, around a 15 minute drive from our AirBnB house in East Nashville. It is clear straight away that this city, or the downtown area, is setup perfectly for interstate visitors. There is one main drag called Broadway where all the bars and restaurants are and you can […]

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