Hilton Garden Inn Memphis Southaven, MS
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... the took the bus across the road to the mansion and were dropped off at the carport, next to a special exhibit for VIP ticket holders only, ooh la la. We then entered the mansion for the tour. I took way too many pictures. We did the whole nine yards. Jean did not wait in line for the graves, but I did so I could take pictures. We then went over to the special exhibit about his career, which was nice because it had a/c while we ...
... is so kitch it's kind of cool, especially when you hear that he turned it into a recording studio at some point.
The King is buried in the garden, surrounded by his parents, grandmother and stillborn brother. I step outside into the cold light of day and can't help but feel a little melancholy somehow, as if mourning the loss of someone you never even knew. Although it's a shame I never had the opportunity to see and hear him ...
... Isaac Hayes, Sam Shepherd, B.B.King, Roy Orbison, and so many more artists were part of the Memphis music scene.
Then we walked over to the Lorraine Motel and saw where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. Although the building is now a national civil rights museum, the area of the motel and the balcony where he was slain has been preserved as it was that day in 1968.
Then it was lunchtime. We walked along ...
... We arrive in Memphis at the Holiday Inn to check in for our first night here. We park the car unload all the luggage and get the elevator down to the lobby only to be told we have the wrong Holiday Inn.... There are two Holiday Inns on the same Street, oh my goodness!! Back in the elevator reload the car and off we go to the right one this time. After a quick freshen up we get a taxi and head to the famous Beale Street. Its Friday night and Beale Street ...
... get to visit the rock 'n roll museum, which was impressive. We stayed overnight near Louisville KY which in itself was about a 5 hour drive. We were welcomed with heavy rain and thunderstorms which had thankfully cleared up by the time we had set up camp. The next night proved to be the most entertaining and exciting night yet, the unmistakable Nashville, TN. The home of country music brought us bars, live music, neon signs and cowboys left, right ...