Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Memphis-Wolfchase Galleria
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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7am alarm call, comfy bed and power shower started day 7 well. 15 minute walk for the best pancake breakfast followed at a real american diner. Coffee flowed as the past nights events washed away and rock n roll started fill our thoughts. 15 mins late for the van, discouraging looks and another long van journey followed. Excitement can't describe how I feel writing this, Nashville followed by Elvis's home, ...
Gus' fried chicken! This we going to be included in the whole day entry but it really deserves it's own story. We had been up and ventured through the home of elvis and all our bus driver Ray could tell us about Memphis that was if we did not go to Gus' fried chicken and have the chicken we may as well not have come to Memphis. A catch phrase used in his description from Ray was "it's so good you gonna slap your mumma!" So ...
... we visited. Otherwise, this would have been a odd house that Elvis lived in to visit. Outside we saw Mum and Zoe get teary as we passed Elvis grave. Zoe whispered " I wanted to leave a note to Elvis saying I love him, he made a difference in my life, I miss him and he is blessed".
A few snappy pictures of the outside we were back on the shuttle and over to see the other exhibits at the visitors centre. Each exhibit small, but detailed to ...
... this afternoon — with Dave Foullie.
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... where Martin Luther King was assassinated, and got a feel for the city's famous Beale Street. By far the coolest experience I had when toodling around downtown was stumbling across the annual World Championship BBQ Competition taking place along the Mississippi, a competition often aired on food networks. To access the actual booths, I had to dodge passed a security guard when he wasn't looking because tickets were required. As I was eyeing the 10 or so large ...