Holiday Inn Express Olive Branch
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... that took place last night) & arrived at the Graceland Mansion. We had pre purchased our tickets so we got straight onto a tour bus with our iPad /headset & drove up to the mansion. I knew a fair bit about Elvis as my mum was such a huge fan of his but I wouldn't say I exactly loved him ...before today. We were all so blown away by our time in ...
... he opened the door to his assignation. Totally moving experience and horrible to think this is how people/human beings were treat back then makes me appreciate the society I live in today. Just over the road the tour continued in which it was all about the killer and the hunt for him. As with the motel room they had preserved the bathroom were the firearm was triggered. A bit macabre but fascinating all the same. Really happy I went to the museum it opened my eyes and ...
... appeared in his The Last Train to Zona Verde.
“There is more reason to travel than ever before: to look closer, to dig deeper, to sort the authentic from the fake; to verify, to smell, to touch, to taste, to hear, and sometimes—importantly—to suffer the effects of this curiosity.”
Yes, at times we did suffer the effects of our curiosity, but how privileged we are to be able to indulge that curiosity and how much richer our lives are as a result. ...
... the street to the rest of the museum...which is made up of 5 exhibits and includes a tour of his private jet, "The Lisa Marie" and his favorite cars. One of the museum buildings was filled with all his gold records, and famous outfits that he wore at his concerts...including the "Eagle Suit"...one of my personal favorites. Just an amazing amount of accomplishments by one man and hard to believe he died so young. The amount of money he gave to charity was very ...
... where Robert Johnson sold his sold to the devil in exchange for being able to play the blues, is actually just over the railroad at a hump where two roads meet. So we drive to see it, and miss it! A quick turn around, and we are on it. There's nothing to see but scruffy grass and weeds and a rough piece of road. So we head off to another famed sight where he was ...