Homegate Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of the **** we had in the back, plus the booze and the cigarettes, plus my waiver. We were about 2 hours getting our papers, go here go there pay this pay that, all in Mexicana, but the major hurdle is the traffic on the other side trying to get into the US for Christmas shopping. We finished our paper work then out into the traffic and spent 2 hours in line getting to the Homeland Security wicket, which after a couple of questions and ...
Back at Beale St, Sonny and his band are back in the courtyard. They welcome Max back up for another jam, after which we head out to another area of town, which is pretty dilapidated, but there is a cool guitar shop to see. St Blues Guitars have been making guitars for years but they also make cigar box guitars too. Yes, they ARE made with a ...
... more excited than Nicole - obviously. We then take an alternative route and make our way to Beale Street whilst singing 'Walking in Memphis' - suddenly Marc Cohn is making sense. Beale Street is the main Memphis Strip for music bars and restaurants. The scene is different, with neon glowing signs on every door, and painted mural walls. There are building facias now with trees and tables behind them. We have a beans and rice dish at a local bar - ...
... go up and down the river. Tomorrow we are heading to Graceland where we will stay and purchase a tour of Elvis’s home and grounds.
Monday, June 17 – Tom Sawyer’s Mississippi River RV Park and Campground, West Memphis, AR
This park is right on the river so that you can enjoy watching the barges as they head north or south. The costs depends on what type of site you have river, cement, tent, full hookups, ...
... to the real Elvis Town ... Graceland. A couple of things really strike you here. The first is that it's quite modest, sure it would have been pretty fancy and extravagant for it's time but it's no where near the size of the mansions that the modern day stars and celebrities seem to have. The second is that everything is for sale. Given the fairly modest home I have to wonder if he would have wanted something as commercial as what his home has turned in to. Perhaps ...