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... 68’ special exhibit, Elvis’ Hawaii concerts, movies and more exhibits. Each one ending in gift shops and there was really some unique stuff there.
We had a quick lunch at Rockabilly’s Burger Shop which looked like an old soda fountain. The first burger I have had on this trip.
The most interesting part of this visit was his outfits and I had forgot about all of his flashy attire that he wore. I cannot ...
... Of course, we had to make a Wal-Mart stop for supplies and diesel at their gas station (best price around). The town in AR that we stopped at had three taxes added on when you purchase something – state, county and maybe town – a total of 14%. Wow, no other town in Arkansas had this!
One reason we are leaving early is because it has been so hot lately, it is better for the tires to drive early when it is cooler. We ...
... sits in front directly on Elvis Presley Blvd. If you have never been to Memphis to see Graceland and the other sites, you simply must if you have any interest in rock and roll, soul, or country because this is where it all came together!
We are here for only two nights so we were up and going this morning so we could be downtown by 10. First we went to Memphis Rock n Soul Museum. ...
... 10 seconds or so. The rain was calming down too, so I guessed it must be coming to an end. The clouds had also begun to thin out, and so lightning further away was lighting them up creating gorgeous patterns. I tried in vain to take photos, but gave up and just watched.
By about 1am it was dying off, so I went to sleep. Only to be woken at 4 by an almighty crack adn more flashes. And by 8.30am it was still going on. Yup, much better than British storms.
... years in Tupelo; it was very touching to hear what friends and relatives related about what Elvis was like as a boy. Tupelo still has the hardware store where Elvis’ mother bought his first guitar when he was 13 years old. Lining the sidewalk on the main street through town are decorated guitars in front of stores.
Leaving Tishomingo, we crossed the northern part of Mississippi through rural territory to Oxford, home of Ole Miss, where we had lunch in the park ...