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... choose from. Keep the comments coming guys. Believe me we're enjoying the trip probably nearly as much as you like reading about it. Bit bilious though from the Memphis diet of BBQ and beer. The countryside here in East Tennessee is more wooded and rolling unlike the flat ol Delta. We had a comfort break ( American for a slash) in the George Jones Roy Acuff rest area. Now we know country music is in the ascendant! 15.08 Arrived in our out of town Holiday ...
... up there, Memphis Minnie became a legend, B. B. King became "the Beale Street Blues Boy." Why this was all so important to a boy growing up in the suburbs of Adelaide was a question I never answered until many years later. By then, Beale Street, had gone thru a ghost town phase and been redeveloped into a National Historic Landmark, officially declared the "Home of the Blues" by an act of Congress the year Elvis died. Today Beale Street is tourist Mecca, but I couldn't care less. ...
... well. Tonight we got our dose of fried wings in Memphis! Yum yum. Tomorrow afternoon we head to the bus station ready for the long slog overnight to Dallas. There just for the morning on Monday then we go our seperate ways for a few days as Yaz is seeing family in Texas and I fly to LAX once again to meet my good old buddy Steve. Then the three of us finish off the journey together ...
... converted into a display. Outside in the meditation garden are the graves of Elvis, his grandmother and his parents. Interestingly this area is not overdone. Back across the road and quite a number of other exhibitions - of his cars, planes and other themes, like in Hawaii. We all thought it was definitely worth a visit if you come to Memphis - and its great to hear all the music. I was a fan from about the age of 10, saw all the movies as a teenager, so I enjoyed it.
... blooded American should see. The crowded grave site offered up a pretty interesting contrast with the Cash grave.
His cars get their own building and they are pretty badass, offsetting the home furnishings.
The Stutz Blackhawk was my favorite...although Elvis also had a 75 Fleetwood which wasn't there.
My favorite facts:
Elvis was an avid reader and would travel with a large trunk full of books.
He loved to shoot ...