Days Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 9:30 PM we had retreated inside our mobile mansions and began to settle in for three nights in the same location. The armchairs were pulled out, the TV antenna was run up, and we began to settle in for longer than one night. Tomorrow is the Fourth of July, and we're planning on spending it on Beale Street. Hopefully tomorrow's entry will have lots of pics of a great time, but for right now, it's time to call it a night... ...
It was raining hard which made for a real challenge to get the van packed up. We had to move everything from the front of the car to the back while still inside the van, usually we open up all doors and walk it around. Anyway we are adaptable, got it done and head off to Graceland.
We end up spending most of the day here. It was a real surprise to me just because it is SO commercial and touristy but there was a lot to see. It was slow going through the house tour ...
... Avenue to tour Sun Studio, hearing historic recordings, and reliving the careers of memorable artists. Jim Becker then joined us on our trip, and we all had a very filling meal at Blue City Cafe, but not before we witnessed the famous Duck March in the Peabody lobby! Love this popular tradition... want to see it tomorrow, too! ...
... 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 ...
... at the Blue Plate Café around the corner and then on to Graceland, a few miles out of town. Although the place is run like a theme park, the moment I put on my headphones and start the audio tour as we are being driven through the gates and up the drive to the mansion that was Elvis' home for 20 years, the feeling of being a tourist subsides and makes way for a warm welcome.
It's uncanny, stepping into the King's living room, ...