Courtyard by Marriott Memphis East/Park Avenue
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Over the huge bridge which crosses the mighty muddy Mississippi, we touched down in Arkansas
at a campground right on the West Bank of Ol' Muddy, 10 miles drive from the city.
We sit in the sun (for it is shining) looking across the water and at other peoples bigger motorhomes. Huge barge convoys power up and down the river ...
... neighbourhood provided some funny sites and moments. Each pedestrian crossing has the directionless voice saying wait... wait... We took turns at making conversation with the pedestrian crossing, which was hilarious. Wait... Why? Wait... It's clear we can go! Wait... I could crawl across the road! Wait... What do you say when when a woman in a bikini press your buttons? Wait... Wait... F**k off... Wait... Ironically or more poignantly it never says go when you can ...
... we're looking up a little! We pulled through the gates of Graceland and went up to the house, all the time being promoted by the iPad guide complete with additional photos, audio and video content. The tour of Graceland was nothing like I imagined, we visited living rooms, the kitchen, saw his mothers bedroom, the cinema room and finally the trophy rooms. There was also an opportunity to see some of the grounds. I have to say, the iPad tour ...
... shrimp, steak, chicken. No one had room for dessert.
Central BBQ--ribs very meaty and juicy
Memphis Barbeque Co--(right across the border in Mississippi). Pork rinds brought to tables--so light and crispy; surprised we all liked them. Started with baked potato stuffed with ...
... his company when he was 9 and made a bow tie out of his grandmas's scrap material. Upstairs in Schwabs was like a museum with photos of the owners and the shop from years past.
Graceland is not huge mansion - just one of those very large American homes. Elvis did not name it - it was called that by the previous owners. Set in sprawling grounds it sits on a busy suburban road about 15 minutes out of downtown Memphis. A very well organised operation, you buy ...