Holiday Inn Univ of Memphis
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... money I keep in the case from emergencies was still in it. America is so honest, I thought it was gone for sure, with all my holiday photos, contacts, everything.
After recovering from my missing phone heart attack and lunch, we saw the planes, cars and other museums, before having an ice-cream and heading home on the 4 o'clock bus.
I'm not an Elvis fan, he was before ...
... small in comparison with mansions today, it had a tiny pool with huge grounds; he had a ginormous stable built and called rising sun after his favourite horse rising sun. He had a mediation garden, which is now where he is buried along with his mum, dad, grandmother and twin brother who was stillborn. His grandmother outlived all of them. It gives you shivers, there is an eternal flame there above his grave also. Lisa Marie still goes to the house and stays and ...
... we went left, we walked outside and it was raining... like thunder and lightning and pouring rain. We went to the car and started to head back to the campground when the rain kinda stopped. We parked again and ended up walking down Beale Street. I think it was at Jerry Lee Lewis' place, there was an Elvis impersonator singing. We went in and watched him sing. We got to see the two songs we've had stuck in our heads, "In ...
... that was open till 6, we walked in at 5.50, phew!
Then it was time for the concert. N was so organised, he booked the tickets about 9 months in advance, and we had the best seats in the house. It was a strange but beautiful set-up. It was originally built as a tabernacle (church type building), so the seats are the original pews, and there is still a really churchy feel about it.
... and was so cute, with her fluffy hair, gorgeous grin and excitement about turning 5. I sang Happy Birthday and nearly cried while singing it, looking at her adorable little face. Every question I asked her she turned to look off screen at her Mummy (like, ‘Alyssa, did you like my singing? Should I be on the radio?’). Then sweet little Emily answered Sarah’s phone and we were talking to our Mum through the mobile and Skype at the ...