Homewood Suites Memphis - Hacks Cross
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... he had an open casket and was placed near the gates of his house for fans to come and pay respect, how creepy!! Graceland is worth $300million today!! After we had finished the AMAZING tour which I loved every minute of and tried searching high and low for him (think he was hiding upstairs!) haha. We headed back and chilled out in the room, we were going to do sun studio but it was too far out on the bus; we drove passed it going to Graceland, it's a really small ...
... back around and went back to the diner on the corner where we picked him up and where his other crackhead friends were. The diner was open at least so I wasn't too worried. We stood in the doorway and I got my keys in my hand and waited until the crackheads were a little distracted, then Tyler and I tore off running to the car. I almost got to use my bear spray tonight.
However, the best part is that we are in a ...
... Between lunch and dinner, we shopped and bought me another pair of western boots that have been sent home, and we stopped at a music bar (not sure which, there are so many of them, and they all have live music, always). We had a few to drink, and really needed dinner, hence Demo's.
We had a slower start the following day. We took a shuttle to downtown after walking through the markets. As we ...
... we had to get shuttles to the main house,
so we had to line up, but there was a continuous line of shuttles so
the line moved fast. At the house there was an audio tour and you
just walked from the start following the signs to the exit, there was
lots to see including his record collection and the furry walls. The
audio tour went to the garden, but by now the rain had picked up so
we moved through the area quickly. Then the house was finished, so ...
... So, we weren’t allowed a taste test on the free tour, but smelling it nearly did the same thing! The tour was excellent, and it’s made using a natural spring and such traditional methods that they almost convinced me it is good for you! We couldn’t believe that every single bottle of Jack’s sold in the world is made here at the distillery in Lynchburg. We were very impressed at that.
Back on the road driving towards Memphis we took ...