Hampton Inn Memphis-Poplar
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... photographs unchanged was, to me, emotional. Listening to the original recordings, I felt I wanted to get up and dance and not stop. To think this all began the year I was born!
View the website at http://www.sunstudio.com/.
Next stop.is Graceland. Will I become an Elvis fan possibly as big as my sister Roe? We'll see.
... pretty small, but there's a bunch of music stores and places with bands, and we even saw some street performers doing rows of flips on the concrete and uphill - amazing.
We then went on to find a supermarket that we could do some stock-up shopping for the next few meals. We did it as quick as we could, before just heading back to the campsite for a very chilled and early night. We have to be up early in the morning anyway, so it's actually a good thing. Peace out from Memphis ...
... today, would he eat a fried banana and peanut butter sandwich or some steamed fish and green salad. I think Elvis would want the former but choose the latter, and propose a toast to life while washing it down with a quart of herbal tea. Later in the evening, Deanne and I went to The Rock N Roll Cafe for dinner. Burger, cheese and chili fries, a pitcher of beer. A blue jump suited Elvis impersonator was pumping up the crowd with karaoke ...
... indescribable, being at this place where this influential man of music lived. Just amazing. Sun Studio was the next stop, and was the label to discover Elvis Presley. They also worked with Johnny Cash which is pretty awesome, Roy Orbison, the Howling Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and so many more it's crazy. The tour was really interesting, learning about the background of the label as the creator Sam Phillips aimed to record the ...
... ahead of the wider civil rights protest he was organising. As a
way of commemorating the tragedy and the struggle for equality that black
Americans have endured, the National Civil Rights Museum was set up on the site,
and incorporates the room that MLK was staying in, and the balcony where he
The museum itself was wonderfully done; it documented the plight of black
American slaves through the abolition period, and right the ...