Sleep Inn Horn Lake
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... we took a cab back to take our studio tour. The tour was really interesting & we heard some original recordings of Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis & Johnny Cash. We spent the evening in Beale Street & had a great dinner - Tamales & Catfish! Back at our hotel now, we are getting ready to head out to Magnolia, Arkansas ...
... a mic he sang into.such an amazing experience at totally loved being in the room that made so many people legends. After the tour we boarded the shuttle back to Graceland in which Viva Las Vegas was playing on the screen, this town lives, eats and breath it's famous son. After a delicious tea of salad and potatoes Emily had organised a surprise for the group. Stood there with pure anticipation 2 pink limos rocked up and the whole group were buzzing. We were driven up ...
... Memphis, we chatted not about *******. Our topic de jour centred around the 9 year old girl who played fiddle like Charlie Daniels. That young lady is a product of a supportive school curriculum that offers all students in The Ozark a choice of learning fiddle, guitar or banjo from the age of seven. They even supply the instrument. Coupled with a supportive culture that lifts up rather than tears down, kids can't help but be inspired to do wonderful things, things other than ...
... 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 ...
... s, and I was even able to get a photo with the microphone that Elvis used to record his first album.
Next I wanted to checkout Graceland, Elvis’s mansion. The self-guided audio tour took me through the mansion (which was in its original state from when he passed in 1977 (many of the items dated from the late 50’s and 60’s)), Elvis’s grave, a collection of his automobiles and his two jet planes. It was a very fascinating tour and great insight into his ...