Ramada West Memphis
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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 ...
... from an American diner.
Our next stop was the Lorraine Motel. This is where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated in 1968. It is no longer used as a motel, and is the site of the National Civil Rights Museum, but the fašade has not been changed, and a wreath hangs on the balcony of room 306, marking the spot where he was standing when he was shot. I found this site a little more moving than the JFK museum in Dallas, and I think this is because nothing has ...
... four minute walk down the road **** these Americans are lazy and fat. We hopped of at sun studios.... Well that is a step back in time. With out going into it in great depth there is a photo of the million dollar quartet consisting of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis there is a scratchy recording of all of the above four having a jam with each other. Sun records in one decade produced a string of stars the above four and Roy ...
... Lucky for us we got the cream of the crop for a campsite to set up shop.
When we were ready to rock and roll, Elvis’ Graceland Mansion was our first stop of the day. The total property was 14 acres, which he had bought at age 22 for a mere $100,000. Now-a-days that may not seem like much; however was quit a chunk of change back in the day.
Elvis’ home was comfortable. It was retro-style. It offered a sense of family, fun ...
... up a few minutes later (dressed as Mother Nature—it was Halloween day), and she had no clue about a Hall of Fame. In fact, as we took the tour, which was through offices, cubicles, and conference rooms, we asked people about a Hall of Fame, and no one knew anything about it.
Another interesting thing about the headquarters: I didn’t hear one note of barbershop harmony during the entire hour we were ...