InTown Suites Memphis Southeast
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... to the mansion, a journey that lasted 45 seconds, yes 45 seconds. I nearly lasted as long on the bucking bronco! Now came the highlight of the entire day, Elvis's mansion. He had everything you could imagine from superstar mansion, shag pile walls, jungle room and racquet room where all his records are. I can't describe what it is like so I let just few of the pictures tell the story. Last thing on the tour ...
... Don and I decided to walk the 3 blocks to this brick building with one sign out front and a crowd of people. We began to stand in what was a very long line, not a normal uniform straight line where you could see how long it was.... You had to go in and they would right your name on a waiting list and you wait out front until they call your name... We were 15 tables down the list, this doesn't include takeaway orders. ...
... Jim Crow (that's what they called the segregation laws) as a number of people wanted to know who he was. In the 1920's a white actor called Thomas Rice appeared on stage in NY 'blacked up" as an exaggerated stereotypical black man, called Jin Crow. The laws were so named as they discriminated against people because of colour.
For info, black men were free to vote from 1863, while white woman didn't get the vote until 1920!!! We, white men, have a lot to answer ...
Off we go again, to Memphis, Elvis's home town. Relaxed at the hotel for awhile, I sorted out luggage in my now .... two suitcases.
It is Elvis Week, in honor of the anniversary of his death .... 16 August 1977.
Took a trip into Downtown, for a walk along the Mississippi Riverfront and then to the famous Beale street. The street had been closed off at both entrances, only motor bikes and pedestrian's where allowed to enter.
... the new FedEx basketball arena and the baseball stadium Autozone Park. We then headed to the Peabody Hotel to watch the ducks walk the red carpet, pretty impressive. We then wandered around the mezzanine floor to check out all the memorabilia from old, famous people who have stayed or visited. This week is the Elvis impersonators competition so we saw a few Elvis's walking around and there was a collectible fair at the Peabody. We ...