Extended Stay America - Memphis - Airport
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... but I absolutely loved the Graceland Tour - well worth the time and money (we did the Platinum Tour, which includes the Cars and Planes). I would recommend going to Memphis on seeing Graceland alone.
We stopped off to tour Sun Studios on the way back, however the next tours were already booked out for the next hour or so, so we headed back into town for tea at Dennys.
... parties now and again. It would be pretty disappointing if we had travelled all the way to memphis and it had been closed to the public because she was there. After the tour of the mansion we were taken back to the museum on the opposite side of the road; we went to his automobile museum; he had so many cars! Mostly roles royce's and Cadillacs and a lot of gadgets like motorbikes, buggies and mini jeeps and he had a snowmobile which is strange because memphis never ...
... and "Poke Salad Annie". He sounded pretty good as Elvis, until he talked and then he sounded like Elvis on helium. Think of a high pitched "Thank you... Thank you very much". We watched until he took a really long break and we got tired of waiting. He said he was coming back out in a jumpsuit and I really wanted to see that one, but he should've been quicker squeezing himself into some polyester. So, we left and headed back ...
... was pretty amazing, Nobody I ever heard of, but incredibly accomplished musicians. One of the performers was Charlie McCoy. Never heard harmonica playing like it. He was even playing two harmonicas at once at one point.
The next day we headed to Monell's, quite possibly the best meal ever. Everything was delicious. We both had a bit of everything, all brought to the big dining table for sharing. ...
... Ah, technology.
Dinner on Beale Street at the Rum Boogie Café – you could see it had potential to be fun, but it was practically empty so there wasn’t much atmosphere. Band was pretty good though. I love that nearly every place you go in Tennessee (and in the US in general) you can find a decent live band for free. I love sitting with a beer and a hot meal listening to the band.
Watched Bad Grandpa in the hotel room that ...