BEST WESTERN PLUS Goodman Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Horn Lake
... rocked up to Union avenue and to a tiny museum/recording studio Sun records in which a young Elvis Presley walked through the studio doors requested the receptionist Marion to record a song for his mum for her birthday many moons ago the rest is what they say history. As you walked into the studio a sudden throwback to the 1950s greets you in the shape of a diner style area, a wurlzer juke box and a bar that sells milkshakes and smoothies donned with candy and snacks on top ...
Its 8am Monday in the Greyhound station of Memphis and the sun is starting to warm up already. I can't really believe we've been, seen and are now leaving one of the friendliest cities I've ever come across. Saying that though, we did get a taste of our first less than welcoming heckles as we strolled down Main Street on Saturday evening - Jess was looking gorgeous in hot pants and a vest but a car of locals seemed to take offence as they shouted out ...
... close to the home of the King of Rock n Roll. Oh my God did we get our Elvis fix there or what! The campsite is directly across the road from the Graceland Mansion, and beside Heartbreak Hotel. It pumps Elvis radio through the sound system 24/7, everyone is there for a piece of the king! We wrote a message on the wall of Graceland from BJ's mum to the King himself (it's ok, everyone's doing it!)
We did the Mansion tour - would have been rude not ...
... room to give zozo a well deserved bath and then off for an early dinner at the Rendezvous BBQ joint down a back alley not far from our place. With about 40 people waiting outside for a table we were sure we were in for a treat. This place is a family run institution that has been going for like four generations and some of the waiters (including ours) have been there since the early 60s! We enjoyed some yummy ribs, beef brisket and some of the best pulled pork ...
... twins really “got it”. So I stopped them in the middle of the timeline about slavery and discrimination to explain that this wasn’t just history….that I lived through these times of discrimination and continue to see examples even today, telling them personal stories from the 60’s. The museum has done a fine job of giving examples of all kinds ...