Holiday Inn Express Memphis Southwind
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... Arcade Restaurant for lunch. Super! The King used to frequent here in the day. And Cam had to do it, he ordered Elvis's favourite sandwich, the fried banana and peanut butter! Quite yummy, but yeah quite heavy! With full tummies, feeling a little ill, we headed off to the amazing Sun Studio! This place was magic and the tour was fantastic. We saw lots of the original recording gear, stood in the same studio, just as it was 60 odd years ago, where people like Elvis, ...
... extremely busy and the food was cheap and plentiful. It was certainly and interesting Christmas day lunch. We then headed back to the hotel where we went to our own bedrooms and relaxed watching rubbish TV and eating microwave popcorn and hot chocolate (coffee for wade) in our beds.
On Boxing Day we were up early and headed out to Graceland the home of Elvis Presley. I couldn’t wait to do this. My mum is a huge fan and I guess it has also rubbed off on us a bit ...
... stupid person) and cars going passed on the road. The river has such a strong current, the speed the water moves is fast! The strongest currents in a river in the world. We managed to get the energy and walk out in the blistering heat over to Beale street. It's a very wide street and has the old cobble paving on the road. The brick work is old red bricks and you can tell are work and the old fashion era to them haha. The old billboards that ...
--At the corner of Main & Beale, a guy insisted on showing us this statue of Elvis that he said most people miss. Just a ploy to ask for money; the statue is certainly in plain sight from the sidewalk.
--Peabody Hotel; sat in lobby waiting for ducks. The little kids liked it; wouldn't otherwise go to see this-only about six or so ducks. Mezzanine had ...
... the price. During his comeback shows in Vegas in 1968 he did two shows a night for thirty nights. He broke all records regarding the number of people who came to see his show. " I have never seen so much energy on a stage before or since, it must have taken a lot out of him." Was a comment made by one of the Casino managers regarding Elvis's performances. There was also an interview with Tom Jones who was playing Vegas at the ...