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... Boulevard and down to a cute little diner called marlowes were the king himself famously ate. I ordered a fudge sundae which was absolutely delicious. After our surprise desert trip which was a uber great shout from Emily, we headed back into Memphis and onto Beale street to soak up some the nightlife and culture. We drank and chilled in BB kings bar and an awesome band were performing all rhythm and blues as we walked in. Full of energy and vibrance Beale street come ...
... that area. So what do you do in a good Southern town with lots of history and suspecting all the tourist destinations closed? You got it. We went to a matinee movie and saw The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Dinner was at Corky's BBQ (which we liked better than Central Barbecue) and then it was back to the hotel to pack for our next day's adventure.
It is on our list to go back to Memphis in warmer weather.
So today we will tour a few more things in Memphis at our leisure. Danny has the start of a cold so is not feeling great today!
Head out around 10:30 to GRACELAND. Spend about 2 hours touring around there. It is nice to see but not as good as I hoped it would be. Lots of gold records on walls and of course all his vegas suits on display. Not much on his personal history which I ...
... blooded American should see. The crowded grave site offered up a pretty interesting contrast with the Cash grave.
His cars get their own building and they are pretty badass, offsetting the home furnishings.
The Stutz Blackhawk was my favorite...although Elvis also had a 75 Fleetwood which wasn't there.
My favorite facts:
Elvis was an avid reader and would travel with a large trunk full of books.
He loved to shoot ...
Memphis redeemed itself. We passed the inspiring St. Jude's Hospital complex on Danny Thomas Drive. This has always been my favorite charity. And then there's Graceland, so worth the trip. We saw all of Elvis' memorabilia including a billion Gold Records and his fabulous outfits. Much to my dismay he sold more records than Frank.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRED AND MARTY!