Days Inn Tunica Resorts
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... the counter. A huge picture of Elvis, Jonny cash and Jerry lee Lewis hangs over the counter, the exact photo that was taken in the studio next door. Memorabilia of the all the famous greats that have recorded at sun studios hang on the walls from the likes of Elvis, Jonny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry lee Lewis and U2. After a quick drink and snack it was time for the 4 pm tour to start we were led upstairs into a small little room which had been converted in to a museum ...
... in a pink Cadillac. This place is just a little bit past Graceland. Graceland was still all lit up for Christmas and was very pretty. The driver said they leave the Christmas decorations up till after Elvis Presley's birthday, then they take them down. We had a good time. It was just a really fun crew to be flying ...
... teacher. He spoke for the full 90 minutes we were on the boat, talking about the history of Memphis, the river, the towboat captains, and the natural disasters on this part of the river. The Mississippi flows south from Minnesota to New Orleans but after an earthquake in the early 1800s, a section of the river near Memphis flew north for three days until the fault was filled. Amazing. It was a very interesting way to spend a sunny ...
Hat tip to Mojo Nixon for the blog title.
3 1/2 hours at Graceland and we are pretty much Elvis-ed out. It was everyone's first visit, except for Scott who had been once before.
His taste in home furnishings can be questioned but it's impossible to look at the rows of gold records, awards, fan mail, and flowers (which he still gets today!) and not be a bit awestruck.
There is lots of stuff to see: the Jungle Room, the 15 ...
... and look around the gift shop before driving on. It seemed to take ages before we eventually joined the interstate for Memphis. Had a pit stop a Casey Jones service area at Jackson. Very quirky place featuring a full size steam train and olde worlde eatery. Arrived at the Econolodge hotel, North 3rd street, very basic but clean. We wasted no time at all and set off for downtown and Beale Street. Paid a $3 cover charge ...