Econo Lodge Downtown Memphis
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... doctor and his prescription pad. Maybe both. Yep, the boy from Tupelo did all right. But If Elvis could hear the blues played on Beale Street one more time I wonder what he'd give? "When you see the tip bucket, don't duck it. Thank you very much. You're fantastic." If Elvis could appear on The Biggest Loser, he would, and he would win. If Elvis now had the choice of leaving the building or staying in the building, he would stay...just a little bit ...
... the Disney movie planes. Dusty is Charlie's favourite! So we take the time after lunch to hang outside the fence while Charlie jumped for joy that there were real life Dustys! The look on his face and his excitement was worth it!!!
We hit the road again headed for Memphis TN and by the time we reach the Springhill Suites in Memphis TN we need a beer and some R&R. Today we drove through Illinois/Missouri/Arkansas & into Tennessee. Good day!
... 3 mile, the history from the ship's guide was very interesting and entertaining. From the founding of the City and yellow fever plaques to the USA's worst maritime disaster on the SS Sultana.
Chris was enjoying it all immensely and Zach had found a new buddy to play with on the stairs of the boat outside, a 6 year old African American kid who was part of 70 people plus group. It asked the boy's mother and ...
... all night and after spending most of the night with them they invited us out for dinner the following night and to watch their game, mine then gave me a necklace. We kept drinking and dancing with them and it turned out they were staying at the same hotel as us. Leah and I left and grabbed some food at a café nearby (fried chicken) then started walking back to the hotel however were a bit scared to walk home alone so chatted to some cops who told us the safest way ...
... house you can see some of the many acres of land he owned. We got to explore his studeo, his trophie room, his car collection and on his private plane. Pretty cool! Im not really a fan of Elvis but i really loved going in and seeing what was once his and everything he had. Some peoploe got really emotional and would cry and get super excited about stuff. I was just pretty content that Id pretty much now MET Elvis. ...
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Cheap and cheerful
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