Clarion West Memphis Convention Center & Hotel
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... all leading up to the fact that we ran it for a total of 8.4 hours yesterday! That is a record for us, except for a time or two we ran it when we were somewhere that we had no electrical hookups for the night, and it was too hot to be comfortable without the AC. Got to love that cool air!
Now to the second point from yesterday evening, our outing to attend the musical, Nanyehi, at the Hard Rock Casino. We went anticipating that we would enjoy it and in fact, the whole thing ...
... day! The whole estate was a great tribute to the legend who was Elvis Presley, an amazing collection of his planes, automobiles and memorabilia, all very tastefully assembled and preserved. We loved it and learnt a lot about him and his family (I had never known he was one of a twin – his brother Jesse a still born –imagine how different the world might have been if he had survived instead of Elvis). Other highlights ...
... glass peacocks on the doors separating two areas which were really pretty. A little OTT for today's taste but still. We also got to see the kitchen, where Elvis gorged himself on peanut butter and banana sandwiches and fried chicken, and then went down into the basement to two of 'the King's' chill out rooms; one of which had tapestries lining each wall. After this, we came back up into the famous 'Jungle Room' which had carved wooden furniture and green ...
... hours in the
parks listening to blues and rock & roll. Memphis is not that big but has
one fun street where they sell alcohol to go on the street, play music and
party. So we had lots of fun. Michael and Caroline were very hospitable, so we
had a very pleasant time. On 15th July we started our long journey
to Missouri to visit Dasha’s old friends from her last visit to ...
... say we have seen it. We did see where Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis and we saw a lady who has been protesting against the museum where we he was killed. This lady has been protesting at the same spot for 25 years and 29 days. We spent the rest our time in Memphis sleeping, eating bbq ribs and trying to keep warm. On the news this morning it said Dallas might get some snow because of the sudden cold snap.
Right now we are on ...