Best Western Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Another long and hard day mostly in the mountains again and most people seem to be over it. Gatlinburg appears to be a time warp they all talk like Dolly and have very strange liquor laws if you cannot prove how old you are e.g: show your license or you cannot be caught with a drink or it is an offense. A bottle shop cannot sell beer but the supermarket next door can but again show your licensee. We witnessed some of ...
... port with colesaw and chip meal - great choice by us. We then headed across the road as a recommendation by a local to try a "famous Memphis mixed bucket" - how could we say no. $18 later... We had ourselves a 4 - 5 litre bucket with who knows what in it. It took us a good 2 hours to get through it but we did. We then did abit of a bar hop up the street and ended up at a karaoke bar where a male dedicated a Celine Dion song to Cass - it was ...
... The second plane was a smaller corporate jet, called “Hound Dog II.” It was not in the same condition as the Lisa Marie and was in a bit of disrepair. You could not go inside, but you could peek in and see the colorful seats in the cabin, in keeping with Elvis’ taste in decorating.
Throughout the day we kept seeing the initials TCB on everything from hats to coffee cups to some of the things in the display cases. Well, 'Taking care ...
... looking at is the last room Elvis sat and played with his friends before he died and from that moment you spend the rest of the tour with a lump in your throat until you get to his grave when you turn in to a blubbering mess. Greig hid behind sunglasses but said he too couldn't hold back the tears. The cold, rainy day certainly added to the sombre atmosphere at the graves.
One of the many things I didn't know about Elvis is how generous he was. Part of the tour ...
... old bikes, new bikes, bikes with LEDs, bikes, scooter pigs (police on bikes) - they were all there on show. Graham was like a kid in a candy store. And I called a bikie a ****** and lived to tell the tale!
And finished the night in this tiny little blues joint listening to an amazing band. The place was rocking. What a day (and night). ...