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After the play we went to the merchandise counter where we were able after several minutes to greet Becky and offer our congratulations. She seemed very pleased that we had come and was overcome by the reception Nanyehi had received from the audience...a long standing ovation!
Leaving the casino (still 85 degrees at 10:30!) we walked back to The Big Muf whose trusty generator was still throwing out ...
... to a band called Sonny Mac and the Mac 3's. Sonny is small of stature but big on performance. It's good rocking blues, and he and Max connect, as Max seems to do with a number of these blues men. Next thing Max is up playing with them, both on keys and then on guitar. It's so cool watching this tall skinny white boy from some far off land raise a smile from real blues musos. There is also ...
... people that work on these grounds you can see why it is the number 1 tourist attraction in Memphis.
Tuesday, June 18 – Graceland RV Park and Campground, Memphis, TN
This campground is right next to Graceland the home of Elvis Presley on Elvis Presley Blvd. It is easy to get to but you turn on Lonely Lane the street before the turn for general parking into Graceland. It cost us $35 with tax for a water & electric ...
... in the light of day seems like something is missing. It smelled like people had a good time there last night....if you know what I mean. Anyway we are not bar hoppers and probably aren't the best judges of where a good time could be had. I am certain however that the music happnin' the night before was out of this world!
We grabbed a bite to eat at Planet Hollywood (lots ...
... from 1956) we headed down to Beale Street... What can I say about Beale?! It was INSANE. Currently Memphis is celebrating Memphis in May music festival so there are huge amounts of American tourists here soaking up the great Southern hospitality. The street itself is pretty cool and full of bars and quirky places to eat and shop. We were happy that we found a locally brewed ale called Ghost River and were ...