Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Olive Branch
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Sorry I missed writing yesterday! We arrived at our hotel on Elvis Presley Blvd & met John & Carol (friends from SWF). Headed to Beale St last night & had too many strawberry daquiri's to write the blog! Woke up early this morning...no hangover...RESULT! We ate breakfast in our hotel then walked a couple of blocks south (past the scene of a very ...
... Don and I decided to walk the 3 blocks to this brick building with one sign out front and a crowd of people. We began to stand in what was a very long line, not a normal uniform straight line where you could see how long it was.... You had to go in and they would right your name on a waiting list and you wait out front until they call your name... We were 15 tables down the list, this doesn't include takeaway orders. ...
... quite early we headed for Sun Studios, the very studio that signed a young Elvis Presley. However, the cue was out of the door and there wasn´t any studio tours for a good few hours so we headed to the opposite end of town to the National Civil Rights Museum. Along with various exibitions and some fascinating facts regarding Americas struggle for equality over the years, it is the place where Martin Luther King was shot dead by ...
After a dash through the airport to make our connecting flight we finally made Memphis. Wow this place is really awesome. We are right on Beale Street and can hear the bands that play day and night (but luckily not all night) from our room. Had a BBQ lunch (as you do) then wandered up to the Peabody Hotel to see their duck parade. I don't know ...
... blooded American should see. The crowded grave site offered up a pretty interesting contrast with the Cash grave.
His cars get their own building and they are pretty badass, offsetting the home furnishings.
The Stutz Blackhawk was my favorite...although Elvis also had a 75 Fleetwood which wasn't there.
My favorite facts:
Elvis was an avid reader and would travel with a large trunk full of books.
He loved to shoot ...