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... street was lined with bars, restaurants and souvenir shops although it wasn't quite as alive as Broadway in Nashville but it still had a bit going on. There were people doing flips halfway down the street continuously, as in 50 metres. It was intense. We found a little blues club that was open air with a live band playing along and singing. Amazingly there was all ages at the club from the elderly right down to very small children who only just had enough coordination to get up ...
... will be posted tomorrow night) and I had 10 minutes to unload and change before the pink Cadillac arrived to take us to supper at Marlow's. There was a singer that did beautiful Elvis impersonations and a gentleman in the audience also did a lovely song. The food was very flavourful and we sampled the local beer which was light and refreshing.
But now I must sleep as we want to take the Graceland tour in the morning.
... Hotel (hotel near Graceland), Graceland and the Rock and Soul Museum. We did the tours (Platinum at Graceland) and they were excellent!. It was a guided tour at Sun, the tour guide was adorable, and we got to stand in the spot that Elvis stood on as he recorded his first album. Chris Isaak also stood on that spot for the recording of his last album, so "swoon".
Graceland is so amazing! ...
This morning i woke up at 6.30am to lots of rain and all these sirens going off (apparently they were tornado and storm warnings) I got up, dressed, packed bags, had breakfast and then back to the room where i got ready for the day, then took bags to coach. We got on and waited a bit, then the tour manager told us that there was tornado warnings along our path to new Orleans and we would be staying in Memphis a bit longer, so we got off the coach and went back to our ...
... have been luxurious back in its day, with gold-flecked bathroom sinks etc, but it looked so dark and dated now. I found it interesting that they made almost no mention of his drug use, except a single line at the end saying he died at 42 due to health complications from prescription drug abuse. There was also no photos, footage or mention of his massive weight gain or his health in the later years.
Next we drove to the Civil Rights ...