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... and gravy on the side because apparently it's something you have to try in Memphis. It was pretty much a scone and the gravy was like a weird white sauce. It kind of tasted like KFC's potato and gravy and you dip the biscuit in it. It wasn't bad, I'm glad we tried it! Gannon came and met us and we waited for him to eat then headed to Sun Studios. I loved it! The tour was only $13 and went for about an hour. The tour guide talked us through ...
... are just as they were when Elvis died and the family has done an amazing job of keeping things from Elvis’ past that now, are of significance and interest. Even the television sets are the ones that were there in the late 70s. It sure looked familiar to me since I grew up during that era. Shag carpeting was plentiful in the house as well. Even on some of the ceilings – for acoustics, we are told.
We toured the basement which has ...
... he was as a human being.
In the afternoon we drove to downtown Memphis, and particularly Beale Street, the home of Memphis Blues, and arguably the birthplace of rock and roll. Only one block of it maintains its historic character with well worn clubs and bars, and historic shops such as Schwabs department store complete with soda counter and milkshake machines.
Not much was happening in the early afternoon, so we set off on foot on ...
... was not really the safest and most comfortable way to travel. After 45mins on the bus, we finally arrived a few blocks from the hotel. My taxi to and from the airport statement is now a rule.
After checking in, we headed to the Peabody Hotel to see the famous Peabody Ducks march the red carpet back up to their penthouse, after spending their day in the fountain. On arriving, we were ...
... me there. Anyway, I got in and the girl on the desk was really welcoming. It was fine, had the female dorm to myself. Just seems very out f the way but when I was seeing where everything is, The Stax museum (where Otis and Aretha did loads of recording) and Sun Studios (where everyone has recorded) are really near. So tonight I take a cab to Bourbon Street, it's pedestrianized so their are loads of kids doing acrobatics for all the ...