Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Memphis-Wolfchase Galleria
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An interesting start to our stay in Memphis, pulled over by an extremely large African American Policeman as we drove down a one way street the wrong way. Lights and siren blaring. He was very understanding and did not book us. We then stumbled across The Historic First Baptist Beale Choir performing their Christmas Concert. They invited us into their church, we were the ...
... we’re fans. Then, it’s over to Memphis for a couple of nights to see (all hail!) Elvis and other musical giants. The weekend will bring one of our favorite places: New Orleans. We have a reservation at Commander’s Palace for Saturday brunch. It was one of the last reservations available for Saturday. We were lucky we got in at all! Mike’s mom was right, we should have called earlier. At least we haven’t had the brunch yet, though. It should be awesome. ...
... stopping, to Memphis, Tennessee, but what exactly did Mississippi have to offer? The road was good, the trees on either side of the interstate looked lovely, but what was it famous for? We found out today that it was famous for being the place where Elvis was born, in Tupelo. Sorry, anyone from Mississippi who may know of anything else that matters (smile)
I didn’t really know what to expect from Graceland. ...
... Lucky for us we got the cream of the crop for a campsite to set up shop.
When we were ready to rock and roll, Elvis’ Graceland Mansion was our first stop of the day. The total property was 14 acres, which he had bought at age 22 for a mere $100,000. Now-a-days that may not seem like much; however was quit a chunk of change back in the day.
Elvis’ home was comfortable. It was retro-style. It offered a sense of family, fun ...
... and delicious gumbo.
And who could visit Memphis without going to Graceland? We'd bought our tickets the day before at the civil rights museum and got a discount for doing both. We were welcomed at Elvis's front door and in we went. The house was surprisingly modest for such a super star, but his interior design taste was unsurprisingly bling. As we walked from room to room it became very clear this used to be the ...
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