Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Cordova/Memphis/By Wolfchase Galleria
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... months ago because it was on my aunt's bucket list. Unfortunately, she passed away; however, her spirit was with us the entire time. She would have loved all the family doing this together. All of us enjoyed this a great deal more than anticipated. Not being huge Elvis freaks, everyone was pleasantly surprised. Much more of an Elvis fan after being here.
... had Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash recording, sometimes together...
I also found out the Rock and Roll is a cross between blues and country and western.
Observation only - Odd thing..... There must have been over 100 people in and around the museum and they were all white!!!
On to Stax Museum, which is brilliant, very modern and has a high school and university attached to it now.
Started by ...
... close to the home of the King of Rock n Roll. Oh my God did we get our Elvis fix there or what! The campsite is directly across the road from the Graceland Mansion, and beside Heartbreak Hotel. It pumps Elvis radio through the sound system 24/7, everyone is there for a piece of the king! We wrote a message on the wall of Graceland from BJ's mum to the King himself (it's ok, everyone's doing it!)
We did the Mansion tour - would have been rude not ...
The girls were ready for steak, so we headed back to Main Street, this time sitting outside at the Majestic Grille next to the trolley tracks in the middle of the road. It was lovely! We followed this with a pathetic evening at the hotel. We ...
... rock cafe. That was fun.
After lunch I decided to take a walk around downtown and along the Mississippi river. Memphis downtown has a lot of history. There are lot of old style buildings and many places dedicated to confederacy like the Jefferson Davis park and the Confederate park. The city is quite walkable and if you get tired, there are trolleys that go between Beale street and other parts of downtown. All roads lead to the Beale street.