Magnolia Inn and Suites
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... to be 2 couples from St Tropez, only one of them speaks good english, but the others are most impressed with our attempts to say hi in French. They obligingly move their bike without any problem. Once in the car, Paul says we should check out the cotton fields he had jogged past earlier. We do that and having never had a really close look at cotton before, I am surprised to touch it, it is just like cotton wool. Where it busts out of it's pods, the edges of the pods are sharp ...
... and I can only imagine him jingling down the stairs with all his bling! There were many floral tributes on his grave and along the driveway to the house from Lisa Marie, Priscilla and many fans from around the world. Apparently up to 10,000 people made the pilgrimage to Graceland for vigil on the the Eve of his death and the last person left at around 4 am so I do wonder what he would have made of it all. We met up wi a friend of ...
... with a reply from Elvis 'I don't know'. Sam made them start again, recorded this, sent it straight to Dewey Phillips at his Red, hot and blue radio station and played it over and over again, making Elvis's career sky rocket.
We got to play around with the microphone that all the legends including Elvis used at Sun studio which was fun.
Even if you're not a Elvis fan you should visit Graceland and Sun Studio's because ...
... was some of the best I have ever had. The sausage and cheese appetizer was so simple yet so tasty. The ribs were good as were the beans and slaw.
We walked from the restaurant to Beale Street...the happening night spot for visitors with live music at all the clubs.During our walk we met Terrance, a local in the area, he walked with us for a couple blocks. Not sure what his story was but he was entertaining and a personal friend of Jesus. We stopped ...
After exploring a bit of the CBD, we head back to Beale St for our daily music fix. Beale St by day, doesn't feel quite as tacky as by night, and there are less noisy "music fans". Max heads down into a courtyard and we find ...