Fairfield Inn Memphis I-240 & Perkins
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... After checking out the street we got the most amazing BBQ ribs from the Blues City Cafe while listening to a great rock and roll band. After dinner we strolled the street, checking out different bands along the way.
We started out Thursday morning with breakfast at E's diner then headed to the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Hotel. It is located at the hotel where Martin Luther King Jr was shot on the balcony. The hotel has been made into ...
... get any better! Quick stop at a gas station around 12ish, finally got a American roadmap over 2000 miles completed in just 5 days. We arrive I Elvis's backyard around 1.30pm, campsite is literally 2 minute walk from Graceland. Quick build of the tents and arranging belongings we set off for the very short walk to Graceland. Temperatures plus humidity made the initial visit rather uncomfortable and tiring, ...
... and tear around Graceland with his friends in golf carts.
He called Lisa Marie Buttonhead
He paid $4 to record his first record, it was a gift for him mom (to whom he also gave his pink Cadillac)
Andy makes a large contribution to Elvis's estate in the form of souvenir purchases, Bill gets a cool TCB Elvis Airline hat, and we are gone...off to cross the mighty Mississippi, find some Memphis BBQ, and on toward St. Louis.
... upstairs to the first room, I wasn't sure what to expect. The room contained cases holding old records and juke boxes. The guide explained to us the history and importance behind such relics. It was interesting to hear all about it but it didn't take too long before we were moving on to the second and last room....the recording studio. My heart jumped a little (I get a little star struck when I have the opportunity to look at cool celebrity establishments). We climbed down the ...
... Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr. was killed. The main part was under construction but there was still a lot to see. It was impossible not to be impacted by the history that happened in that exact spot. I didn't go up to the balcony where he was killed, it felt a little strange going up there and standing on that spot. The whole thing was very moving. I needed ...