Days Inn Hernando
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- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... bar staff. Fun times! Also met a fellow Aussie traveller, Loretta, also doing Memphis on her own before she heads to Canada. Nice to make a friend! Sun Studios was very cool. The original recording studio of Elvis, also recorded Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbinson, Carl Perkins- amongst many others I'm sure! Got to see the original recording equipment Sam Phillips used. The room where the magic happened is still in tact- again, just like it was ...
After nearly 11 hours of driving, I arrived in Memphis for a day of site-seeing (in the end, I wish I had scheduled a little more time to see the city). Stop #1 on my quick tour of the city was Graceland, Elvis mansion that draws 600,000 + visitors each to its gates. Sadly, I was so early that the parking lot wasn't even open, so no up close look for me and by the time my day drew to an end, It was nearly closing time (and I ...
... caught a few hours sleep the rest of us made our way down Beale Street for drinks and blues. First stop, Silky O'Sullivan's for a 'Diver' - a gallon of an alcoholic beverage which tasted like Sangria...it could have been dangerous. Within 5 minutes of sitting down outside one of the staff warned us that a storm was coming along with heavy rain. Sure enough, within minutes there was a torrential down pour - I started to feel at home and glad that brought my umbrella!! ...
... parents and became the poor white boy who changed the course of music history. It was great to see the Jungle Room, probably the most famous room of all.
Graceland is owned by Lisa Marie today and this week is Elvis Week celebrating his life. There will be thousands here so its good we are heading out of Memphis before the weekend.
We headed back into Beale Street tonight to watch some blues performers, we listened to a couple of ...
... officer, and a master of all trades around the Sun Record label, was actually the first person in the world to record Elvis Presley, not Sam Phillips. That was July 18th 1953. I learned that on our guided tour. Marion was alone in the Sun office when Elvis walked in and said, "Hi, I want to make a record." Marion asked, "What kind of singer are you?" "I sing all kinds," said Elvis. "Well, who do you sound like?" She pushed. Elvis shrugged, "I don't sound like nobody." Marion ...