Bally's Hotel Casino Tunica
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... garbage it could have been the city dump. Incredibly, after two months on the road, this is the first time I have encountered roadside trash. Mostly what I see on the roadside is old tire treads and a few dead small animals. Oct 29-Nov 4 Have not had wifi since arriving in Tunica, so this post is a summary of that visit. Route 61 which runs through Tunica is known as the blues highway. Now in the Harrah's RV park in ...
... each room. The house is not as big as you might imagine and the upstairs bedrooms (Elvis and Lisa Marie's private rooms) are not part of the tour which probably contributes to it not seeming as big. The grounds are thirteen acres but again seems so much smaller than that but it is probably because there are normal house blocks surrounding Graceland and also Graceland is on Elvis Presley Blvd which is actually part of a highway and very busy. You take ...
... in the audience, who it turns out is from Brazil. Having heard Max get up and play, she asks if she could sing with The Sonny Mac band......she has one of the best live voices I've ever heard. So the crowd go wild, as the phrase goes, and everyone is very happy with the Southern Hemisphere players.
Mud Island is an example of the contrasts in wealth in Memphis. These are ...
... I will never have Ribs like that again they were amazing. Beale Street was full of bars and restaurants with lots of live music and adult beverages.
We drove to Nashville and tomorrow will be visiting the Grand Old Opry! Wow how many country radio stations could there be...... LOL
And the thumb is getting better! Won't close it in the door ever again! Right Melanie??!!
Put on my blue suede shoes and I boarded the plane, touched down in the land of the Delta blues, in the middle of the pouring rain.
Ok, so we don't have blue suede shoes, nor was it raining, nor did we get here by plane, but we are in Memphis!
We actually came here by Megabus, which left Atlanta at 10.30pm and was scheduled to arrive at 5.15am. I think this was some poor planning on our part. We assumed the bus would be late, and we'd arrive around 6am. We ...