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Our second stop....Graceland! I know many of you have been here already. I must admit that I enjoy Elvis but I never loved him or was huge fan! As a matter of fact, I had an opportunity to see him live in the 70s but opted not to go. In my eyes there was no one better than the Beatles.
I have changed my mind. Going through Graceland seeing ...
... for educating me with their impeccable taste in music and inspiring me to come here and witness this awesome scene. It's bloody great. I sit there for hours, have a bit of dinner and the head into another bar. The lineup in here is more chilled, some of the guys are really old. They sound amazing though. So I sit at the bar chatting to a couple of people for ages and then head to another bar and listen to another awesome band until throwing out ...
... Rights Museum. It is a complex of historic buildings which traces in overwhelming detail the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States from the 1600s to present day. The museum is built around the former Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Two other buildings and their adjacent property, the sniper's perch, are also connected with the assassination. If this topic has been at the hub of your existence for as long as you ...
... We really want to come back when Bass Pro Shop completes the renovation of the Pyramid. That place is going to be a destination as big as Graceland, maybe bigger. We had ribs at the Central BBQ, several locals told us this is where they go. Boy were they good and I am having leftovers for dinner tonight. Yum!! Today we will be looking at Graceland, may not take the tour as we have seen so much of the stuff on TV.
Tuesday is on to ...
... as this some of us also took part in the Cave of the winds tour where we got soaked down to our feet. Crossing the bridge over to Canada was quite something. The following day brought us to Cleveland, OH, and to be quite honest from what I saw it wasn't a great city. It was a very humid day and it is known as a 'working city'. A bit like Canary Wharf, it was very business-like and consisted of tall buildings and people in suits with briefcases. However, ...