La Quinta Inn & Suites Horn Lake / Southaven Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... of Graceland and check out all the cool Elvis artifacts and exhibitions. Myself and Betina headed for some food at the diner on the car lot of Graceland's. I had a delicious pulled pork burger and chips...totally fattening but hey it's gotta be done I am in the south after all and in the presence of the king. After dinner Myself, Betina and Sofia headed towards Graceland we're we boarded the Lisa Marie. Wow that guy must of had some dosh totally extravagant and luxurious for ...
...like a national guitar (apologies to Paul Simon) and we're in Memphis, and we're going to Graceland - more on that later. First impressions on a warm sunny Saturday - where are all the people? We walked down the mall where trolley cars trundle up and down, reintroduced in 1993, after last running in 1947, and it was deserted. There are quite a few ex-Melbourne trams. Found a place for lunch where they were very happy to have customers. Seems very strange. We found the ...
... the secretary that asked him to use Elvis as part of a group since he hung outside the studio every day after school and she felt sorry for him. And he "sold" Elvis' contract to RCA for only $35,000 one year later. Also making their first hits in this studio (which has not been touched since the 1950's) were BB King, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis! In fact, when we saw the broadway show, Million Dollar Quartet, the set of the show was recreated to look exactly ...
Ailsa Titch Patch Isn't that a Johnny Cash song?
Paula King-Foullie Certainly is!
Ailsa Titch Patch Oh good. Otherwise I would feel ...
... on the infamous Beale street. We then strolled through some rather eerie streets of abandoned factories and residences, to find the perfectly preserved motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated. With the 1960s cars still parked outside. We passed an old movies supply shop selling popcorn, lighting, seats... It has probably been closed since the 60s and never occupied since! We also passed a cinema that has been running since 1938! So, a quick stop through ...