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Travel Blogs from Memphis
... months ago because it was on my aunt's bucket list. Unfortunately, she passed away; however, her spirit was with us the entire time. She would have loved all the family doing this together. All of us enjoyed this a great deal more than anticipated. Not being huge Elvis freaks, everyone was pleasantly surprised. Much more of an Elvis fan after being here.
... on sending me back to the Interstate 40 time and time again. Maybe it's trying to tell me something so I give in and cruise down the Interstate for the next three hours, to a soundtrack of Johnny Cash (at Folsom Prison) and Bob Dylan (Highway 61 Revisited).
Hotwire sends me to the Madison (Downtown) where they kindly upgrade me to a suite. Dinner is ribs and beer at Charles Vergo's Rendezvous - a Memphis institution.
... that we just pushed the numbers on the walls in the different rooms and listened as a recording told us about what we were looking at that particular moment. The house was last redecorated right before he died, so the 70's motif is what you see in the home. Imagine shag carpets on the floors, walls, and even ceilings in some rooms and dark paneling in the kitchen and back family room and basement. The house is not a mansion by any sense of today's standards. ...
Oh wow this is a crazy place. Elvis is singing and posted everywhere you turn. Had a fabulous day despite being a little tired.
The cab driver that approached us at Amtrak station in Memphis could have been called a bit sketchy, as he shoved our luggage in his trunk that was filled with his (daughter's laundry) and he told my brother the fare would probably be $28.00.
Bernard turned out to be a very informative tour guide. He brought us all around, taking an extra 15 ...
... After the tour was completed I jumped on the free shuttle bus bound for Graceland. Now, I'm not a big Elvis fan by any stretch, but I do respect what the man has done for music. Having now completed the tour of Graceland and learnt more about his achievements and how he created a new brand of music, I am of no doubt that he deserves the title of the King of Rock n Roll. Yeah, there was the Beatles, U2 and other notable musicians but their collective ...
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