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... will have someone to meet you at the airport when you arrive in Memphis. I had arrived but had this gut feeling they had gone home. Memphis is a huge airport say compared with Auckland. You could land a jet on the travelator between the baggage carousel and the rental car desks. I was standing on it with just my carry on as Jock waited for my main bag to appear, and I was walking. It was warm. I was flying. Elvis was playing over the sound systems. I was in Memphis, ...
Along with the topic of one of my all time favourite songs, it happens to be a great little town! After a huge all you can eat lunch on the way, we started the day by visiting Sun Studio's, the original first actual room where Elvis was first recorded. We learnt all about that first rock’n’roll song and how it came to be. Elvis himself was close to not making it, first singing a ballad and not ...
... 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.
... headed to the Gibson guitar factory for their tour. Unfortunately the factory was not operating due to Easter but was still good to see how they do their stuff. Finished our museum trilogy with the Blues & Rock Museum and then headed off to find my hidden cowboy (cowgirl). Had a ball shopping in the western shops in Mississippi.
It was a full day - we ...
... Elvis is laid to rest alongside his mother, father and grandmother.
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