Holiday Inn Express Memphis Southwind
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... and has been kept in its original condition. As you pass through the house you can see the living areas and kitchen. Other buildings on the grounds have been transformed into areas that display many of Elvis's platinum records, awards and costumes. It was a fascinating and insightful visit that gives a genuine insight into the daily life and attitude of Elvis Presley.
From Graceland we headed off into the sunset, crossing the Mississippi River and into Arkansas. ...
... our morning rituals we got dressed and were on the road to Graceland before 10:00. It was a rather cool and dreary day so I tried to dress accordingly since I didn’t know how much we would be outside. We paid the $10 to get into the parking lot and then paid our $36 each for the platinum ticket. That got us into everything except the airplanes and as I heard one lady say "I’ve seen an airplane".
We had about 45 minutes before the ...
Woke late again - 9.40am. Our hosts were happy to see that we were still alive.
We had one more full day in Memphis, so our main agenda was to see Graceland and downtown Beale St.
After breakfast we drove into the city and had a wander along Main Street. Normally there would be trolley cars going up and down the street, however they were off having maintenance for a couple ...
After visiting 'The king of rock and roll' yesterday, it seemed only fair to visit the other king in Memphis today- ML King that is. We did in fact try and visit the civil rights museum yesterday only to find that it didn't open on a Tuesday, which was why we visited Graceland a day earlier than originally planned. A quick word about Graceland - home of course to Elvis Presley. I have to say I was sceptical at first. I'm not a huge fan of ...
... Of the two Sun was my fave, with a lively, expressive tour given by an energetic woman who clearly enjoyed her work and the subject matter. You go through the hallowed halls of the building with interesting, funny and interactive commentary and it culminates in The Studio. Oh man, where it all began, the first rock and roll records, the first rock and roll stars. Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis,
I went to a cool divey bar called Ernestine & Hazel's that serves ...