Hampton Inn and Suites Memphis - Wolfchase Galleria
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... for a lake. However what we came across was something rather astonishing. A 100 foot waterfall ploughing down to a lake with clear water, clear enough you could see the rocks and sea critters underneath. The day was getting hotter as it went on, which meant going swimming in the smaller waterfall was a certainty. After just the first day was coming to an end, we had all got to know each other and make friends with one another. As the first night drew to ...
... itself is on one side of the road and the tourist museums / shops etc are on the other. We head in to buy our tickets and are confronted by hard core fans who are literally wetting themselves with excitement, I didn't realise that part of being here meant you had to brylcreem your hair and don a cat suit. I find it very amusing that even though I can literally cross the road and walk up the driveway we still have to board a bus to take us there all 200 meters away, must be ...
... should be buried on the property, and visited by the thousands of fans who travel from all over the world.
Our entry ticket to the house also included entry to Elvis’ automobile museum, his two private jets, and a few other museums housing yet more stage outfits, awards and other memorabilia from his musical and acting career.
Even if you’re not an Elvis fan, you can’t visit Memphis and not go to Graceland. We enjoyed the visit and we ...
... have to stay an extra day. So much to do.
We met two couples from Germany on the bus ride to Beale Street. They are staying at the Heartbreak Hotel. This is their first trip to America and they seem to be having a good time even though none of them speaks much English. They spent the evening at the Hard Rock Café and had a good time.
Talk to you tomorrow.
Rita & Jens
... house you can see some of the many acres of land he owned. We got to explore his studeo, his trophie room, his car collection and on his private plane. Pretty cool! Im not really a fan of Elvis but i really loved going in and seeing what was once his and everything he had. Some peoploe got really emotional and would cry and get super excited about stuff. I was just pretty content that Id pretty much now MET Elvis. ...
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