Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Senatobia, MS
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Today was all about Elvis! We were on a VIP tour so missed all the queuing. Had to get on a bus to cross the road to get to the house which seemed a bit drastic to us, it was quite busy and difficult to get pics as there were so many people about, was really good to see the place in person, actually be there! it's a lot smaller than I thought it would be, they took a pic ...
... fixed after so many years of neglect, but it is a pain to have to live through the construction. At Nashville we moved over to I 40 ( and it's construction ) for the last leg down. We stayed on I 40 until Exit 108 (Parker's Crossroads ) where we took Tn 22 south to 100, then 18 and 7 to Mississippi and home, arriving at about 530 pm. Noticed weather building over Memphis but were lucky enough to miss it. A really good day of riding with a days ...
... hole up here instead of Oklahoma. Laurie has an appointment for a pedicure set up tomorrow.....and I ran off tonight to play poker.
They are having a pretty good size tournament (over 400 entrants) and it starts with 3 separate "flights". You buy in and if you're in the top ten or twenty, you advance to Sunday's finals. I'm guessing, but first place will probably pay around 15k. Nice work if you can get it. I got in on ...
... people worldwide astounding. Elvis never played outside of the USA, and remember there was no internet or social media, yet he was the greatest artist worldwide of the 60's and 70's! Graceland however was not as large as I imagined. Having said that for a home of the 60's it probably was. It certainly was austentacious in its decorating! Memphis was also,the place where Martin Luther King was assassinated. We visited the Civil Rights Museum which was situated in the ...
... to let her take her job to Florida. Why Florida? I don’t really know, except that Florida is NOT Mississippi. I would prefer if she moved back to California, but she’s a bit of an adventurer (where did she get that?) and this move let’s her get closer to the ocean – about a mile from it in fact.
Strange how time flies!! When I was 28 (nearly 300 years ago)I was a newly divorced woman living in San Diego with my ...