Clarion Hotel Airport
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... There were bands setting up to play and market stalls getting ready for the day. The city was quiet when we were there as apparently everyone goes to church on Sunday so nothing starts before midday.
We enjoyed a nice strong soy & skim cappuccino at an Espresso Bar on the corner of Main and Union streets. They also had fresh juices so I had a Spinach, Kale, ...
... Civil Rights Museum. Want to also head to Graceland but it's a bit pricey to go inside. We may just get the signature photo outside the gates! We are also hoping to try out the famous Gus' Fried Wings in town. Only in Memphis hey! Pics to come very soon ...
... we visited. Otherwise, this would have been a odd house that Elvis lived in to visit. Outside we saw Mum and Zoe get teary as we passed Elvis grave. Zoe whispered " I wanted to leave a note to Elvis saying I love him, he made a difference in my life, I miss him and he is blessed".
A few snappy pictures of the outside we were back on the shuttle and over to see the other exhibits at the visitors centre. Each exhibit small, but detailed to ...
... arrive into an old, 50's style recording room that contained a checkerboard floor with taped X's on some of the tiles. A microphone stood tall next to a stereo system. The walls were lined with instruments of all kinds. This is where the magic happened. This is where Elvis made music. The tour guide plays a few Elvis songs for us, most of which I did not know the words to but literally every woman over the age of 50 in the room knew every lyric, melody, and note. As soon as the ...
... House, a petrol station, the Tallahassee automobile museum (sporting a giant paper mâché cow for some reason), and the very empty Stinky's fish camp for company. Dinner and beer were bought from the petrol station after deciding to call it a night after doing some laundry. The high life indeed! On the way to Tallahassee the dreaded 'maintenance required' warning light appeared on the dashboard and a check of the mileage confirmed the car had passed the nine thousand mile ...