Courtyard by Marriott Memphis East/Lenox Corporate Park
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... at birth. Can you imagine had he lived, would there have been The Presley Brothers! One has to wonder.
My favorite area of Graceland is the Meditative Gardens.......affecting, passionate and spiritual, just like Elvis the person!
If you haven't been to Graceland, put it on your bucket list......well worth it!
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... 40 years ago.
We also got to see his two airplanes (one even had a bed in it - with a safety seat belt inbuilt as well), his car collection (including his pink Cadillac), a bunch of history and a giant collection of his clothes. There was one point in his career where he was doing 2 nights a week for 30 days. It's just insane. I have a whole new appreciation for his music now.
After Graceland, we went and checked out Beale Street - the main drag in Memphis. Beale ...
... a strong police presence guard the entrances to the two blocks around Beale and frisk everyone going in. Once you leave, you have to queue up again to get back in. We caught the shuttle back to Heartbreak Hotel and the RV park. Everyone was a little giddy. The driver took us home via the Mississippi River Road. Elvis came over the radio, "Hound Dog..." Everyone on the bus started singing along. It was daft, cheesy, embarrassing to be with all these middle aged white folks doing ...
We are in Memphis and went to the National Civil Rights Museum. Suzanne and I were surprised that the motel where Martin Luther King, Jr. was killed is preserved just like we remember it on TV over 45 years ago. They have also preserved the room ...
... attraction visit of my trip while still providing the least educational value. Admission to Graceland was $37 and they also charged you $10 for parking. During the tour I realized that it's definitely creepy walking through a dead man's house that hasn't had the decor updated since the 70s. But if you're a design student and you want to go back in a time machine where putting fur and rugs on walls is socially acceptable ...