Governor's Inn & Suites
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... Would recommend that nobody ever misses visiting Graceland if they go to Memphis.
In the afternoon we had a beer at Boogie St Bar at famous Beale St. We walked up and down the street soaking up the atmosphere. We then went to PIG Pork with Attitude Diner and had Southern Ribs and salad.
We had such a wonderful day at Graceland and Beale St. Both very memorable.
... like the horse stables and Lisa Marie's play area. The Presley family graves were quite sad, they all died really young except the grandmother who outlived everyone.
The best part of the tour was definitely his car and plane collection. Everything he owned was modified though to his taste, which translates to more blue suede/ leather and gold plated ...
... just across the river in Arkansas) in the 40's and 50's, clubs opened a lot later than inMemphis, and they encouraged all races to mix and share music and dance. Encouraged by this several musicians collaborated to write songs from their own backgrounds, hence Soul.
Museum is fascinating and I could've spent a day in here easily. Lots more inspiring and interesting stories in this place.
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... to agree on a place. With not so great burgers for lunch and a serenade by "Elvis" for Zoe and our day was complete in Memphis.
Now for us to get to Chattanooga...and Greg thought it would be better if we took the longer road as it briefly took us through Mississippi and Alabama...So technically we have visited those states too!
P.S. Sorry about of the quality of some the photos. We were not allowed to use a flash inside Graceland.
Unfortunately, Memphis was the last stop on our trip. It wasn't unfortunate that we were there, it was unfortunate that we couldn't stay longer. Why oh why did it have to end? I was having so much fun and I finally took a liking to country music. Now I only had two more days to spend here before my interest in the country lifestyle dissolved and faded back into my normal, hum drum life back home. On the bright side, I could easily shove all of those thoughts to the back of my head as ...