Country Hearth Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fill it with still or sparkling water. Therefore it had to be drunk in the store. Was interesting to see a small piece of history. The museum was small and mostly filled with Coca-Cola memorabilia.
We then head to the west side (Louisana) of the Mississippi River. Heading north along the 65. We cross into Arkansas briefly before heading back across the river and into Mississipi State not river, we ...
... into tears but not in front of these wedding guests... Strangers watching my angst and pain. Did you know you can do pirouettes if you go to throw your hand luggage at a DOLLAR rentals sign and then don't let go till the last nanosecond? Elvis was singing caught in a trap. Perhaps that's what my bride was listening to when she left without me... in the RED MUSTANG!!! Deep breaths. Don't panic when you travel. It's the advice I give my kids. It's good advice. But this ...
Wednesday 6th - We rolled out of Heber Springs early and headed to Memphis. The road took us through miles and miles of farming land by the rivers and canals the irrigate the corn, soy bean, cotton & rice paddocks. It was humid and the mist hung low in the air as we travelled through Searcy and onto Memphis. We programmed the GPS for Graceland Harley Davidson which is right beside the entrance to Graceland on Elvis Presley Blvd. It's really a Harley ...
... 160;girlfriend (we think it was his girlfriend and not a hooker) came along too. I say hooker as he had flyers in the taxi for hookers as well as viagra on his dashboard. We got to talking and he asked us if we loved Elvis and as I said that I did, so he played a CD by an Elvis impersonator all the way to Beale Street. Beale Street was nothing like we thought it was going to be from all that we had heard about it but ...
... in 1977. The house itself was not that big and much of the contents reminded me of my youth. It was almost like you could walk into the house and live in it right now. Elvis' grave site is also at Graceland. I thought it was a little weird that people would stand and stare at his grave for so long.
Civil Rights Museum
In the afternoon we visited the Civil Rights Museum. While the museum is in the middle ...