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... s grave, surreal feeling to pay my respects to someone my mum grew up with idolising. In life he was flamboyant rock and roll star, in death he is a legend, The day rolls to end with van ride in Memphis for the world famous chicken of Guss's, must say great tasting chicken for very little money. Last thing on today's agenda is siting here writing this, thinking tomorrow adventure into Memphis is going be ...
... We had our order in and drinks in hand within 5 minutes. The inside of Gus' was bare with funny signs, cracked bricks, and toilets with rather visible plumbing, this was a sign that it's food spoke for itself and nothing else was needed. 25 minutes later and we were elbows deeps in peanut oil fried chicken with secret spices - and it was more then worth the wait. So sorry Alison and Mum, you may get a little slap when we get ...
... killer of a civil rights crusader?
After the Civil Rights Museum I dropped my bags off at the hostel I was staying at. Fun fact, the only hostel operating in the greater Memphis area is run by a church to supplement their collections and dues from members; very progressive of them.
After that brief stop I went to the Stax Soul Museum and Recording Studio. Stax had a lot of great exhibits on how the soul music ...
... been added to the house over the years. Music room, a gym etc.
We also saw his Automobile collection, many magnificent old beautiful cars, including Rolls Royces, Cadillacs, Lincoln Continentals just to name a few along with a huge collections of motor bikes. The famous Pink Cadillac he bought for his mother.
We got to go aboard his two private Jets ( Lisa Marie was ...
... and the lightning piercing the sky every five seconds (think natural version of the lights at a Tiesto concert).
A little while later we began hearing thunder, meaning the storm was nearing, and after feeling the first drops of rain, walked quickly back to the tent. Another great decision. A couple hours later, Tzvi and I, having decided to sleep in the tent, were awoken by Arno and Isaac, who having chosen to sleep under the stars, were now entering ...