Four Points By Sheraton Memphis-Southwind
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Afternoon, We are in Memphis! It is absolutely pouring with rain-flash flood warnings everywhere. Debating whether to hit the famous Beale Street tonight or tomorrow. Plan over weekend here is to go to Lorraine Motel, where MLK was shot. It is now ...
Even though Memphis is in Tennessee, it was sooooo out of the way that it took me hours of frustration deciding what other activities we could do or not do on this trip to make sure we could fit in visiting the home of the "King of Rock'n'Roll".
Zoe and newly inducted fan of Elvis Presley was beaming from ear to ear to see and hear the history of Elvis; or as she calls him "the boy who sings the Teddy Bear song". Once we figured out where to ...
... attraction visit of my trip while still providing the least educational value. Admission to Graceland was $37 and they also charged you $10 for parking. During the tour I realized that it's definitely creepy walking through a dead man's house that hasn't had the decor updated since the 70s. But if you're a design student and you want to go back in a time machine where putting fur and rugs on walls is socially acceptable ...
... some lunch - which was a lovely southern meal and headed for the basketball. Our really expensive (not) - $15 tickets for the Memphis Grizzlies vs Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA basketball game for those not into basketball). We were in the nose bleed section, but it was an awesome spectacle. Spectacle is right - as the players and the game are a bit of a sundry thing. The Americans really like to make a show out of everything and this ...
... when he was 22, which is very impressive for sure. He moved his parents in there with them and you can view their bedroom because it is off the center hall of the house. The upstairs of the house is off limits because they say it is "private". Bryan joked it was because he still lived up there! ha ha.
Once you are through the house, the tour continues in the backyard in this building that holds many of his awards and ...