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... began in earnest: Michael Jackson, or Mussolini, or Jesus Christ, or Ric**********, or Mother Theresa, or any seer, prophet or saint. Elvis died with a smile on his face, thanking them all very very much. If Elvis could make a come-back, I thought while strolling around the meditation garden, he would. I stood before his grave, beside his parent's grave and grandmother too; if Elvis could change the events leading up to August 16 1977, he would. ...
... rooms were very impressive. He has truly got a lot of awards and to this day has won more then anyone else. His clothes were up on display along with his and Pricilla's wedding attire. One of my favourite parts was possibly the automobile exhibit of all his cars. The pink Cadillac he bought his mum is so gorgeous and such a sweet gesture. Seeing the graves was quite unreal. To think the king of rock of and roll was metres away. An odd fact was that ...
... killer of a civil rights crusader?
After the Civil Rights Museum I dropped my bags off at the hostel I was staying at. Fun fact, the only hostel operating in the greater Memphis area is run by a church to supplement their collections and dues from members; very progressive of them.
After that brief stop I went to the Stax Soul Museum and Recording Studio. Stax had a lot of great exhibits on how the soul music ...
... like he just left yesterday . So strong and moving experience . We both loved it and recommend it to everyone. On the way to New Orleans we stopped not far from Memphis in the town of Clarksdale - birthplace of the blues - legend has it that Robert Johnson sold his soul to the Devil at the crossroads here in exchange for mastery of the guitar http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Joh nson When you are in the blues town you have to go ...
... Just a quick bite at the bar, but the food was once again very good, albeit expensive on a travellers budget. So with the first stop a success, we went to the trolley, as this is cheap and takes you around the main areas. We got on and went for the 40 minute circle trip. To be honest, apart from Beale street, I didn’t really see anything of particular interest. On the way back to the hotel we saw that the Memphis Red Birds were playing baseball that ...
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