Inland Suites Elvis
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... needed to put more sauce on the ribs. We did like the seasoning salt they had at the table. I had catfish at the Blues City Café and it was amazing. The service was really good here too. Our waiter was very knowledgeable, fun and friendly. We decided the Weigels would probably not like the food in Memphis too much! Even the vegetables had meat in them! We ordered the turnip greens and they came with sausage mixed in.
... It really didn’t matter that we were late since they just fill up a bus and move on. We could have gotten on any time we wanted by the looks of it. As is common, when you reach a certain point in line, they take your picture against a Graceland background hoping to sell you the pictures later. What a waste.
The bus takes you directly across the street where Graceland is. In case you are wondering where the name came from, here is your ...
... River at “Tom Sawyers’s RV Park”, just a few kms short of Memphis. I never knew Tom Sawyer had an RV. It is a great spot, just about 20 ft from the riverbank. We are on the flood palin on the river side of the dyke, and it is raining hard, so we may end up in the Gulf of Mexico in the morning. They do say these vans will float for a while.
Our drive today was on secondary roads through the Ozark Mountains, which ...
Today I will reach my destination state. I am thankful for my complimentary breakfast where I had pancakes and bacon. I took some fruit for the go and stopped at Valero for gas which cost me $42.83. I got a little hungry so I pulled out the banana and orange I got from the hotel for lunch. I am one step closer to reaching my final destination.
"It is better to travel well than to arrive." - ...
... we carried on around the rest of the museums, including Elvis's back story and how he grew up. By far the highlight up to this point was Elvis's planes, the jumbo was incredible fitted with only the best fixtures and fittings. This was the life of superstar, he brought it for $200 thousand and spent further $800 thousand on the refurb. Ice cream followed before the plain ridiculous. We had to wait for ...