Extended Stay America - Memphis - Sycamore View
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I wasn't a fan of Elvis as a teenager, but as an adult I certainly changed my mind. I loved most of his music and movies. He seemed to have a great sense of humour, and loved performing.
So how can you go to Memphis and not visit Grace lands?
It was an hour or so drive from our last destination, and thankfully we found a parking area under a few trees, otherwise it ...
... and around and around and around We did more laps around the highways and back streets of Memphis than they did at Indianapolis a week or so back.
Eventually, we got in there by taking a random road, which just happened to be the right one. I don't normally do celebrity endorsements. There's a number of reasons for this. Staying true to myself and not being a ***** are part of it. The ...
... fountains inside. They had set up most of the exhibits in a building on the property. You could see how a few decades ago it would have been such a peaceful area. Rolling grounds, trees, horses still on the property. Now there is a main highway in front and neighbours' backyards bordering.
We had a platinum pass so we could see a few other smaller exhibits and see his planes. We boarded the larger plane, the 'Lisa Marie’. You can see ...
... on our way to Dallas now, it's so weird the sun sets at like 5pm here. When we got into Dallas there was an optional available but I didn't want to do it because it was a haunted house, so a few of us went to find pizza Jack has recommended it was 30 inches! But unfortunately they were closed and we didn't realise we were in the ghetto! It was pretty scary, but we found this nice cafe and made it safely back to the hotel. Missing everyone ...
I arrived in Memphis excited about going to Gracelands.
After checking in we went in search of the Peabody Hotel to watch the famous duck parade. They were so cute. Then it was off to Beale Street for dinner. Jenni and I tried alligator, chewy like tough calamari. Beale Street was closed off to traffic, so pedestrians can freely walk around, happens every night of the ...
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