Hampton Inn Memphis-Poplar
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... later) and then packed on to shuttle buses. The ridiculous part is that the buses take you (literally) across the road to the Presley home (Graceland). It's all pretty high-tech from here and I do feel very sorry for some of the old loves who have never touched an i Pad in their lives, because once inside, it is basically self-guided with an i Pad. It's very well done really and the i Pads are stacked with information, video clips, ...
... as last time I flew I went through the detector with a knife still clipped to my pocket. this time I remebered to take them bot h off. We are leaving so early that they dont even have the breakfast out at the hotel. Later folks. HAPPY ...
... a syringe and several other drinks. Once again Leah and I were invited up to the VIP section so danced up on stage making friends with random American girls. We introduced the girls to some of the boys being their wing woman and then went to the bar. At the bar we met 2 guys who bought us both drinks and invited us to their table in the VIP area. We got chatting and turned out they were baseballers and were in Memphis for their game the following night. They kept pouring us ...
... our tickets as that included the Monorail for a discounted rate.
The model of the Mississippi is done where 1 foot = 1 mile. The Mississippi River is a little over 1300 miles so the model is fairly large. My dad mentioned that this was in the movie "The Firm". James suggested that it would have been extra special if they could have raised/lowered the water level in the model to coincide with current conditions and I must agree that would be a ...
... just showed up. We learned many things about the river and the area, which I furiously scribbled down-at Laura's urging - like I was on a school trip, to share with y'all, and which I shall recount below: - The name of the boat we were on was the 'Island Queen' and she was brought onto the Mississippi river on the day of Elvis's funeral. - We started our journey on the Wolf river, which is a tributary of the Mississippi, and which has enough water in it to supply every person ...