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Back in Cape Girardeau we enjoyed the nice view of the Mississppi before we continued through Kentucky to Memphis, Tennesse. Being late in Memphis, we just had a (not so good) dinner in (very touristy) Beale Street before we got to bed, because the next day was going to be very ...
Gus' fried chicken! This we going to be included in the whole day entry but it really deserves it's own story. We had been up and ventured through the home of elvis and all our bus driver Ray could tell us about Memphis that was if we did not go to Gus' fried chicken and have the chicken we may as well not have come to Memphis. A catch phrase used in his description from Ray was "it's so good you gonna slap your mumma!" So ...
... interior decorating.
The house was home to Elvis, his then wife, of course his daughter and his Mum, Dad and Grandmother. I was not aware that Elvis was so generous. Not only towards his family, but to others. There is one display, which shows numerous amounts of cheques written and signed by Elvis to charities.
The tour was made more interesting in that each of us had a headset with audio information that was sequenced with ...
... It isn't really big compared to today's standards but it was huge when he bought it along with 13 acres - many other buildings make up the estate.
... the music is so much better. We headed into BB Kings for dinner and some tunes. We enjoyed catfish and pulled pork, and for dessert the most incredible peach cobbler. Just ask Josh about it, he will spontaneously start to drool. Through our meal there were some fantastic musicians on stage which was really entertainning. Josh just loved it - I think I may be actually be married to a black american man who loves the blues! ...