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... which is scheduled to open Monday. Hopefully we can get back down there to see it as it is amazing.
We finally found our way back to the car and decided to go to the Rock n Soul Museum. Actually we were very close to it when we were on Beale Street as it is on the corner of Beale and 2nd. We found some free parking and walked to the museum. We spent a couple of hours in there and it was fascinating. It began with the ...
... leeching, "Fat Elvis" scandalmongers right now it would be, "I Forgive You." In the Music Room I overheard people saying Elvis was a witch doctor, Elvis was a luminary, Elvis, he was a philanthropist. I heard Elvis thanking them, thanking all those people very very much. The audio guide was useful. In the Racquetball Building it drew attention to a piano, the last instrument Elvis played just hours before his heart stopped. That's when ...
... racial gap. There is a free audio tour provided, but I found myself instead listening to the soundtrack provided by regular jukebox stops. I would it to everyone, especially if you love music, or if you don't love music.
We had some dinner and retreated to our hotel where we sat by the pool chatting to a nice young couple over beers until well into the night. I hope he enjoys the Kangaroo steaks he bought over the internet.
... s, This time for breakfast. It was maybe a little bit not as good as lunch, but it was still magnificent. We did not need food for the rest of the day, which was a good thing as we were going to be on a small plane with no facilities to Memphis that afternoon.
So, we flew to Memphis on an 8 passenger plane. It was quite an experience. Pretty good fun actually, really intimate. ...
... work ethic and humanitarian. Enjoyed it far more than I had anticipated.Walking Beale Street where the Blues were born was also an enjoyable and informative couple of hours. On to Branson, Missouri for the third stop in this musical tour portion of our ...