Hampton Inn Memphis Southaven
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... after you wait in line, show ID and get wanded by the Police for Security! Lots of great Blues Bars and plenty of great people watching and characters! Next day we had a little sleep in then went down to Beale Street again and I went to the Gibson Guitar factory which was really interesting to see and understand the process that goes into making the famous Guitar and therefore the price tag!! Next stop, Music City, Nashville, ...
... how she would always go nuts, just like everyone else, when he was about to appear on stage, even though she had only just seen him moments before in his dressing room. You get a real glimpse of the man as a father and a husband, as well as a legend and an icon of our time.
The dining room, kitchen and billiard room, everything is more or less the way it was the day he died. The eccentric jungle room, with its green shag ...
... 1950s, the apartment where Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison would stay for awhile is now the exhibit area. We listened to Elvis’ demo tape and some other recordings that were done in the studio. Greg and I stood in the same spot and held the same microphone that Elvis used.
We will be leaving Memphis tomorrow and we couldn’t leave without taking a few more pictures at Graceland. Oh my, we have Elvis fever!
... the rocks. Lynchburg is a dry country so no alcohol can be bought or consumed, very comical that one of the worlds most popular whiskeys is made right here. The staff are given a bottle of JD on the first Friday of every month, they call it good Friday LOL. After the tour we go to a little diner for lunch then on the road to Memphis we go. We pit stop at a place called Bucksnort... Char couldn't help herself and had to get a souvenir from the little servo we ...
... as this some of us also took part in the Cave of the winds tour where we got soaked down to our feet. Crossing the bridge over to Canada was quite something. The following day brought us to Cleveland, OH, and to be quite honest from what I saw it wasn't a great city. It was a very humid day and it is known as a 'working city'. A bit like Canary Wharf, it was very business-like and consisted of tall buildings and people in suits with briefcases. However, ...