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... about 5.30 and after a few sherbets finished up at Handy Park for the Thursday free gig. I decided against the Elvis shirt, it is a tad gaudy. This big outdoor stage hosted the Ghost Town Blues Band who, if anything sounded better in the big out door venue, they filled the stage and blew everyone away. A large enthusiastic crowd watched another fantastic show. That in normal places would be it musically, one belter of a free gig and home happy, but ...
... mic he sang into.such an amazing experience at totally loved being in the room that made so many people legends. After the tour we boarded the shuttle back to Graceland in which Viva Las Vegas was playing on the screen, this town lives, eats and breath it's famous son. After a delicious tea of salad and potatoes Emily had organised a surprise for the group. Stood there with pure anticipation 2 pink limos rocked up and the whole group were buzzing. We were driven up ...
... then let me level with you and tell the real story. You see, we made this bet, and now ….
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... we couldn't have been made more welcome in this great but evolving city!
Great because you can see, hear and participate in the greatest music around just about wherever you are in the city. Evolving because it seems to still struggle with it's own adolesence and rebellion from what went before, with a desire to exert its maturity through documenting world changing events through the National Civil Rights Musueum. Speaking of which, it's over 20 ...
... where people hid. Even the quilts on the lines held a code which told them where to go when they were on the run - these were made by the slaves on the plantations throughout the state. So we spent some time there, reading the history and chatting to the custodian.
We were then collected again by the driver and taken to the National Civil Rights Museum which includes the Lorraine motel where Martin Luther ...