Fairfield Inn Memphis I-240 & Perkins
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... and is part of a 13 acre property. He purchased the home when he was 22 years old and paid $102,500 US in 1955? Small groups at a time were free to wander through the ground floor. His father, Vernon’s work shed was out the back as well as with the horse paddocks and stables. Elvis and his parents are buried at a shrine beside the swimming pool and fountain.
Dawn found Elvis’ house smaller than she imagined and wasn’t expecting ...
... fills with hundreds of people. People come two hours ahead to get a good spot. But, if you are duck master, you have a reserved table. When we came down, there were people everywhere. The kids were scanning for a good spot to watch not realizing they were part of the entertainment. Paul and I guided them past the ropes to a table roped off for "celebrities." The kids were mortified to see dad taking the ropes down thinking he is just taking things upon himself. ...
... days we had some rain, mostly sprinkles except for a brief but impressive downpour yesterday and again today. Luckily they didn't last long.
We almost made it home with no scars, but west of Nashville a truck threw a stone at us and we now have a 1.5 inch crack in the windshield. If that's the worst that happens, we aren't complaining.
... at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was shot. We spent two hours there, where I spent almost the whole time on the Martin Luther King floor. They had presented a lot of information about the police and FBI investigations, the appeals and special commissions into the crime and the conviction of James Earl Ray, and the alternate theories. They presented it so well and finished with a board outlining the different theories and possible ...
... record studio that launched the careers of many Soul / R n B musicians, including Isaac Hayes, Ottis Reading, Ike and Tina Turner. As a recording studio, it closed many years ago, but under creative guidance and fund raising, it is now open as a museum, and also as a school to help local children achieve their potential, Not only through music, but academically as well.