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... 8217; life.
That was the last stop at the mansion grounds and the bus took us back to the other side of the street so we could continue our tour. Of course, the bus drops you off right at the booth where your pictures are being hocked. We walked around and went to the car museum instead.
The car museum housed a number of cars and other motorized vehicles that Elvis owned. Some of the cars on display were donated to the museum by ...
... stub after stub of amounts of money given to people and charities and has Lisa Marie talking about Elvis' generosity. I was really moved by her stories of his giving nature; its cool when the superstars turn out to be good guys.
As well as seeing the house we also got to view some items from the Elvis Archives, check out his vehicles in the motor museum and go aboard his planes the Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II. There's some pretty impressive bling on the planes including ...
... bought it for $100,000. It was called Graceland because the people who owned it before had it made as a present to them from a woman named Grace; so no special meaning really. Inside was flashy! The kitchen not so much. He had a jungle room where the carpet was on the ceiling and walls as well as the floor, an indoor waterfall, it was crazy! We weren't allowed upstairs because he was a private man and out of respect Lisa Marie won't allow people up there. The house ...
... street cred and the fact that blues music is still the soundtrack helps one accept that people have got to make a living and will any way they can. It does not dilute the awe I experience one iota. A boyhood dream has been fulfilled and an unfinished picture has been coloured. We walked away from Beale Street, down past The Gibson Factory (whose amazing guitars I've never been good enough to afford), along Mulberry Street to The Lorraine Hotel, which is today The ...
... in, went to
the room, did a quick unpack and then left again. I meet a group in
the lobby. The plan for the night was to go to a basketball game, but
first we had to have dinner.
The group walked down the street and we went to blue fin
restaurant, but it was too busy, so we went to a Chinese restaurant,
had a quick dinner then walked to Beale street, walked down the
street to the Fedex forum. Meet up with the rest of the group, then