Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Horn Lake
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... a detour to a fresh water pearl farm, the only one in the US, in Tennessee, no less. Well, the quality and pricing is better going to the gift show in SF! So the first thing we did, after having our ribs, was go to Sun Studios. A very small two-room run down studio in Memphis. The tour was amazing! We listened to the unedited first record Elvis came in to cut for his mom for $2. The owner of the recording studio wanted nothing to do with him for a year...didn't like his music. ...
... round Memphis in a 1955 Pink Cadillac with the most awesome of drivers was truly memorable...we saw the still harsh economic divides between different communities, explored an annual street festival with some great young bands and picked the brains of our intelligent and amusing host. And what did we learn.......well, Memphis has come such a long way since the Presley's rolled into town in 1947, or 1948, or 1949 depending on which book you read. It's worked ...
... cute little stadium so you were right near the action. Then bed to prepare for the big next day and of course, my birthday! We went straight to Graceland in the morning and it was quite different to what I expected. The mansion was on one side of the road and then there was museums and sooooo many gift shops on the other side. Elvis stuff everywhere! Elvis '****' everywhere as well! This took us a bit longer to get through than we expected - was around 1pm so maybe 4 ...
... friends Steve and Karen Giles from Cleveland. Made us realise it really is a small world!
They came over to join us when they heard us talking and recognised the Aussie accent coming from our way.
Hours of chatting, males drinking heaps, cranky old neighbour banging on his RV wall for us to shut up as it was after quiet time in the RV Park. I felt like I had known Terry forever, we had such a great long ...
... and sewer are all right there at your camp site.
One other thing that is important to note is something called "Pull Thrus". These are also very important if you have a large RV and are not too keen on backing it in. State parks do not normally have these.
Private campgrounds run the spectrum of simple to urban jungles. You just have to decide what you will be camping in and then what does that camper ...