Days Inn - Holly Springs
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... re somewhere rather different than home!
We then switch buses and reach Clarksdale for dinner at Ground Zero. For those who had not been here before, the first look at Ground Zero is a bit surprising! Our on-bus musicians sing a guest song on the stage and make the most ever out of the one song they are given! I settle in for the night in my very own room and wait for the next day.
... amp; twin brother who died at birth. It was then in to his transport collection which included rolls royces, cadillacs & 2 private jets. The planes where just amazing inside, he had a private bedroom, lounge, dinner table and even the seat belts where made from 24 carat gold! After our tour round Graceland we head into Memphis and specifically Beale Street. On the way we stopped off at Sun Studios where Elvis and ...
... to Elvis when on the Letterman show one night. Date, quote and all.
Every available inch- and then some- of the house is filled with Elvis pictures, records, toys, etc. Even the ceiling—completely covered. There are glass bottles with references to Elvis, there are many duplicates of candy wrappers that have Elvis’s name on it stuck on the ceiling, there is even a cut out Statue of Liberty as he believes it bears a resemblance to Elvis.
Jill met me and we had a slow easy dinner (of wings and BBQ) before heading to her place. Most was packed up and ready to load, but as anyone knows who has done a major move, the last 10% is a *****. I was introduced to her two adorable puppies, which, I might add, are the best behaved 6 month old dogs I have ever seen. And they are cute as buttons, with big sad eyes and such an adorable pout. Brother and sister, she found ...
... Lake City still hadn't had any rain but the motel we stayed in was full of out of town firefighters to help with the fires.. Monday we drove about 600 miles to this campground.. It's very remote, about ten miles down a back road and located in a 159,000 acre park which is a long narrow lake and pine trees. There are two other families here so there's plenty of room.. The camp fee is $7.00/night but since ...