La Quinta Inn & Suites Memphis East-Sycamore View
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Memphis rocks! No, honestly, Memphis really does rock. Day 1 we checked into our room then headed straight out to Stax Museum. Caught the local bus, which was a whole other world experience - in a good way. Interesting place with just tons of really cool stuff. I have to admit, soul isn't my thang, but I do have an appreciation for the way it has inspired lots of bands that I ...
... but due to the late hour we couldn’t visit any of them. Then we rode down to see the Bass Pro Shop Pyramid and try to take some pictures of it. I’m not very good at that. We did find out that it is opening on Wednesday, two days after we leave. Guess we'll just have to come back! We rode on over to Tom Sawyer Campground in Arkansas to see what that looked like. Actually it wasn’t that impressive. I guess that’s ...
... movies. His army uniform and wedding outfit is also here. The squash court has also been transformed to hold his records and some of his costumes. In the lounge area of the courts it has been left all original and this is where Elvis hung out the night before he died with friends playing the piano. You then come out past the pool to the meditation garden where Elvis and the family are buried. Elvis and his mum were originally buried in Tupelo but were moved to Graceland due ...
... s grave, surreal feeling to pay my respects to someone my mum grew up with idolising. In life he was flamboyant rock and roll star, in death he is a legend, The day rolls to end with van ride in Memphis for the world famous chicken of Guss's, must say great tasting chicken for very little money. Last thing on today's agenda is siting here writing this, thinking tomorrow adventure into Memphis is going be ...
... for Nashville, the home of country music but not before getting a chance to see the Lorraine Motel, now the national civil rights museum on the way out. It’s famous for the location of the assassination of Martin Luther King jr as he addressed the crowd from the balcony of the motel. We didn’t have time for the museum but the location itself was good to see, awful to learn about. Nashville bound! ...