Hampton Inn & Suites Memphis-Shady Grove Road
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... and life via videos, photographs, tours, etc. the magnitude of this man was an experience I will remember forever. I own one Elvis cd and will be downloading his music.
I do not need to describe Elvis or Graceland since I believe I was one of the few that knew so little about him. I was really shocked to learn he was a twin. His brother, ...
... for educating me with their impeccable taste in music and inspiring me to come here and witness this awesome scene. It's bloody great. I sit there for hours, have a bit of dinner and the head into another bar. The lineup in here is more chilled, some of the guys are really old. They sound amazing though. So I sit at the bar chatting to a couple of people for ages and then head to another bar and listen to another awesome band until throwing out ...
... began in earnest: Michael Jackson, or Mussolini, or Jesus Christ, or Ric**********, or Mother Theresa, or any seer, prophet or saint. Elvis died with a smile on his face, thanking them all very very much. If Elvis could make a come-back, I thought while strolling around the meditation garden, he would. I stood before his grave, beside his parent's grave and grandmother too; if Elvis could change the events leading up to August 16 1977, he would. ...
... a jumbo jet kitted out inside like a hotel it's amazing, the boy definitely new how to party, I think the next time we fly round the world we should definitely go by Elvis air. We leave Graceland really glad that we decided to come, it's been a great insight into a legend and I think he now has a couple more fans, as there is also a dedicated Elvis radio station here in the states we put him on for the next 3 hours as we head further East. Until next time Thank you very much!! Sam ...
... street, past B.B. King's and Pig on
Beale, and ended up walking past the Fed Ex Stadium. I spotted the logo of the
Memphis Grizzlies, which is the city's basketball team and because it was a
giant blue angry bear face - and was therefore automatically awesome -I decided
I wanted to try and find a t shirt with it on as a souvenir, so we went to the
team shop to get one.
I was left disappointed, however, upon learning that the sports ...