Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Cordova/Memphis/By Wolfchase Galleria
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... not having food in the tent because of bears. Since then we have been mindful of coyotes, bob cats, mountain lions, tarantulas and scorpions. It appears we are back to being mindful about bears again. We've been told to lock away food as they do have unwanted visitors to the park, basically we are not home and dried just yet. Oh! forgot to mention we've come across a few black widow spiders in the process of putting up our tents. Nice! ...
... ever tasted! Alex and Eli were not the only ones who appreciated the southern delicacies... Zozo was not sleeping through this meal! She pushed aside the well loved kale and corn Cheerios in favour of baby-bite-sized beef brisket! After dinner we took a stroll down Beale street while sipping bourbon and coke and listening to the live music pouring out of every second bar. Then another early night before hitting the road for Arrowhead State Park for our first camping ...
Two Kings, Sun and Ducks... do you feel a song coming on?
Oh and yes - Elvis has left the building (or has he?). More on this later.
Yes folks, we have arrived in Memphis. Our temporary home is a quirky bungalow filled with music and film memorabilia. It's owned by some guy in the film industry - with a few 'known' credits to his name.
Back to Elvis (King of Rock and Roll) .... we visited Graceland - didn't see him ... but then again, ...
... fans, it's a MUST. Stay at the nearby Heartbreak Hotel, also owned by the estate, where your Elvis experience begins as you meet fans from around the world!
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... to climb on board two of his private jets. Standing inside the big one didn’t even feel like you were on a plane, there was a dining area, lounge and bedroom.
Aside from the tourism due to Elvis’ popularity and other music fans, it seems as though the recession has pretty here pretty hard. There are a lot of unemployed and there doesn’t seem to be much industry here. It was ...