Holiday Inn Univ of Memphis
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... began in earnest: Michael Jackson, or Mussolini, or Jesus Christ, or Ric**********, or Mother Theresa, or any seer, prophet or saint. Elvis died with a smile on his face, thanking them all very very much. If Elvis could make a come-back, I thought while strolling around the meditation garden, he would. I stood before his grave, beside his parent's grave and grandmother too; if Elvis could change the events leading up to August 16 1977, he would. ...
... died the year I was born), it's probably for the best that he is simply remembered for the way he touched so many millions of lives in his short life, instead of growing old and going into politics or, far worse, having his own reality TV show!
Anyway, I hit the road again (listening to Elvis on the stereo) and head for Paris, Texas. After a few hours, when it gets dark, I tune into Ibiza global radio for some techno to keep me going.
... TN to see a fella we know who is living the dream! The family truckster needs some Gas and I need an early morning Soda. So we pull into the gas station just around the corner, gas is $3.09 per gallon and I get a 36 once fountain Pepsi for $1.08 and if I was to stay I would refill it for just 29c! We are loaded up and we hit the road ready to see what comes our way.
Once again we drive or cruise along at 70-75mph for most of he morning and the traffic ...
... artists, this is done at night after it is closed to the public. The studio is run by Sam's two sons. We got to listen to some of the old recordings too such as Elvis's very first song he actually paid $4 to have recorded. Onwards to Jackson to stay the night, no plans for Jackson as this is just a rest stop. Along the way we find a place called Duck Hill, if we blinked we would have missed ...
... Senate and house of reps and Leah, James, Tony and I snuck into what looked like a court room and took some photos. We had another Wal-Mart stop for lunch further down the road then made our way to Tennessee. When we finally arrived in Memphis Ricky and Eileen took us on a quick bus tour of the city before checking into our hotel. We all went to our rooms then met back in the lobby and waked down the road to dinner. The restaurant was pretty cool we had our own private room ...