Extended Stay America - Memphis - Mt. Moriah
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... into tears but not in front of these wedding guests... Strangers watching my angst and pain. Did you know you can do pirouettes if you go to throw your hand luggage at a DOLLAR rentals sign and then don't let go till the last nanosecond? Elvis was singing caught in a trap. Perhaps that's what my bride was listening to when she left without me... in the RED MUSTANG!!! Deep breaths. Don't panic when you travel. It's the advice I give my kids. It's good advice. But this ...
... that live on the roof and twice a day they make their way down the lift and into the fountain in the main foyer. This attracts a huge crowd and along with the Memphis Belles makes a great experience.
We took the VIP tour of Graceland on Thursday, what a place, only small but for the day it was a mansion. Everything is still in its place just as Elvis left it before his death. The grounds are immaculate and the displays show how Elvis grew up ...
... br> Such interesting architecture on the old buildings.
--Shopping: Three of us girls got off at the south end of Main Street to see some of the shops. So fun to look in the little shops especially Hoot & Louise and the bookstore--check out the children's book "The Unpopular Pea (& Carrot) by Elle Valentine, a local writer--such a great message.
... beautiful, well designed with a mixture of well established large trees and flowers and cottage plants. Also worth a visit.
While we have been here Memphis has continued to baffle us. You see old photographs of the main streets where it seems to have been a thriving city, for example, in the 1950's. Yet so much now looks down at heel, many closed businesses, shops and boarded up buildings. There are large office towers near where we are staying but you never ...
... who is not an Elvis fan at all, loved visiting Graceland. Elvis truly led a magnificent live, not one that I would like to lead, but magnificent all the same. Even though he was surrounded by people and things, you get the feeling that he was a very lonely person. After spending many many hours at Graceland we got a taxi to Beale Street. Yet another interesting taxi ride to say the least. The taxi driver was a Jamacian guy about our age ...