Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis Olive Branch
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... the took the bus across the road to the mansion and were dropped off at the carport, next to a special exhibit for VIP ticket holders only, ooh la la. We then entered the mansion for the tour. I took way too many pictures. We did the whole nine yards. Jean did not wait in line for the graves, but I did so I could take pictures. We then went over to the special exhibit about his career, which was nice because it had a/c while we ...
... s, and I was even able to get a photo with the microphone that Elvis used to record his first album.
Next I wanted to checkout Graceland, Elvis’s mansion. The self-guided audio tour took me through the mansion (which was in its original state from when he passed in 1977 (many of the items dated from the late 50’s and 60’s)), Elvis’s grave, a collection of his automobiles and his two jet planes. It was a very fascinating tour and great insight into his ...
... said. "They would meet up in Elvis's penthouse after their respective shows and jam till 6am in the morning. I guess he used drugs to keep up the pace.
We also got to see his car collection and his private jet, which was really something. Even if you weren't an Elvis fan you'd still be blown away by a visit to Graceland.We had lunch back at the park before setting off for Nashville. We arrived at Jellystone RV Park at ...
... worth living if we didn't go there! Very picturesque. Had a wander round the town and ended up in Puckets boathouse by the river for a coffee. Took loads of photos and then set off looking for the Carlton Plantation - the house which was the subject of 'The widow of the South'. Book Val had been reading about the Civil War battle of Franklin, Nov 30th 1864. Took a while to find the place but then managed to park up, ...
... my bike up and traveled on foot for a little while since they dont allow bicycles on Beale Street and I'm glad I did, I would have missed some extremely cool stuff. There was live music in one of the parks are the same band was on stage when I was back in the area late that night, they must have been playing for around 12 hours... awesome.
After wandering around for a bit, I checked the map I got at the Memphis welcome center and saw that ...