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... he had an open casket and was placed near the gates of his house for fans to come and pay respect, how creepy!! Graceland is worth $300million today!! After we had finished the AMAZING tour which I loved every minute of and tried searching high and low for him (think he was hiding upstairs!) haha. We headed back and chilled out in the room, we were going to do sun studio but it was too far out on the bus; we drove passed it going to Graceland, it's a really small ...
... over the years. It has a great vibe and there is loads to see and do, however, like New Orleans it is a city riddled with violence and crime and it is still trying to come to grips with its many complex social issues. It is not a wealthy place and it was the dirtiest city we visited, it almost seemed a bit neglected and this is a great shame as it is a city of great importance in Americas recent history and cultural struggles.
... It had lots of artifacts and letters.
After the museum, we went for a walk to kill some time before heading out to the Grand Ole Opry. No one I had heard of was playing, but still bloody amazing. Again, we got excellent seats. In fact we were sat just behind the Opry's most loyal fan. He had been attending the Opry every Saturday night for 42 years. So cool. Everyone performing gave him a nod. ...
... shuttles back to the start point. Even here there was still
much to see including his car collection and then souvenir shops and
various restaurants and cafes. I went into the restaurant and got the
peanut butter and banana grilled sandwich, Elvis' favorite.
Then we had finished with Graceland, so it was back to
the coach and we went to the Lorraine motel, when we got there it
was still early so the museum was closed, but no one wanted to wait
... 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 ...