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English Composition 101 29 November 1999 The Pink Palace Museum When I first moved to Memphis I decided that I wanted to learn more about my new hometown I thought that the museums would be the perfect place to help me learn more about Memphis There is one museum in particular that I will never forget It is called The Pink Palace Museum The Pink Palace Museum is a pink grand palace made of pink bricks and pink Georgian marble Before the palace was transformed into a museum it was intended to be the home Charles Saunders founder of the Piggly Wiggly grocery store Allegedly Saunders had paid to have his dream home built Unfortunately his dream was destroyed when he had to file a Chapter Eleven because of his outstanding debt The city of Memphis gained control of the pink palace that Saunders never lived in and decided to put it on display for the public As I drive into the parking area I notice that the palace has been altered The palace now consists of the Sharpe Planetarium the Union Planters IMAX Theater and several displays of different moments in Memphiss history Next I walk up to the entrance ready to start touring The Pink Palace Museum I begin my tour of the museum at the Sharpe Planetarium I walk into this huge black room The ceiling is lit with a replica of the starry sky I think that I am standing in the middle of the solar system In this room I sit and watch as the stars move across the sky Then I see the Hale-Bopp comet I have never seen a planetarium before Who would have thought that I would hate to see such an educational show end I leave the planetarium and enter a long narrow hall leading to my next adventure The next stop is the Union Planters IMAX Theater The IMAX Theater is a grand room with
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