Days Inn IH 40 & Sycamore View
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... Presley. Talking about the house and when guests came they were never allowed upstairs. As you enter each room there is commentary about what the room is all about.
The gardens surrounding the place are beautiful. Everything in this mansion just speaks of success. Every lounge is leather, the ornaments are all crystal and silver.
Go downstairs to the basement via a mirror lined stairway and you have ...
... this winter. One of the displays puts you on the bridge, walking with the marchers, very powerful.
While waiting for Sue to tour the museum the boys and I parked on the banks of the mighty Mississippi. It was bitterly cold and I jumped in and out of the car to snap a few photos of commerce on the river.
When Sue was finished her ...
... I'm pointing right about now yes thats right you look too you can check in and park your car at the same time?? Elvis would have smiled and said, honey I didn't know that. I said. Ok Thanks. It was nasally and Australian. I like hotels. I hate hotels. I checked in and the slots machines don't close. I was happy we'd smoked it up with the brides sister but was feeling kind of guilty, so lets have a nightcap after we put the bags in our room. The walk to our room was ...
... about to become the next super-fan but I think despite whatever was going on around him, Elvis probably just was a local boy, who wanted to have some fun and give back to the town he loved. Graceland is a very slick and profitable commercial organisation so maybe I'm buying the propoganda here but it just wasn't the big, ornate, austentatious Disneyland I was expecting and I for one left having enjoyed it much more and learnt more than I ever thought I ...
... I can't imagine Justin beebface needing this much space for his awards maybe he could fill a caravan. Next stop is the King himself well apparently, isn't he supposed to be living on a desert island somewhere under a silly beard and dark glasses. He is buried next to his parents and nan in the garden and no surprise there is a queue to see him, I have to fight off a couple trying to push in, I tell them to keep their knickers on as last time I checked he was still dead so ...