Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Tunica Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about 5.30 and after a few sherbets finished up at Handy Park for the Thursday free gig. I decided against the Elvis shirt, it is a tad gaudy. This big outdoor stage hosted the Ghost Town Blues Band who, if anything sounded better in the big out door venue, they filled the stage and blew everyone away. A large enthusiastic crowd watched another fantastic show. That in normal places would be it musically, one belter of a free gig and home happy, but ...
... in the room showing the background. You also heard rare recordings from that studio and was able to hold the microphone they all used, so was quite a neat little tour! Sadly after this we had to leave Memphis. We both agreed that this was probably one of our favourite cities in America, which I for one was definitely not expecting. The area was very nice, the food was great, and the music was amazing everywhere! Still we had to move on, and this time we were heading to ...
... we’ve seen trailer parks. Some of them are quite nice – they just look like a little community of mobile homes. Most look exactly like what you’d imagine from Eminem’s songs – broken down cars, junk everywhere, rusty trailers.
We went to Shiloh National Park, which is a former Civil War battlefield with a memorial, cemetery of fallen soldiers and small museum.
When we were nearly in Memphis, we had a voicemail on our ...
... last piece of wonderfully seasoned, peanut oil-fried chicken perfection. Ahhhhhhh....heaven.
I will try to upload pics but in case it doesn't work, here all some albums. Please let me know if the links don't work
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... to their gig :( Just before that happened tho, the grand finale of the night was a patriotic tribute to Elvis and to the beloved USA. Everyone in the restaurant stood up and held hands in a massive circle (without being told to!) It was like something you see in a chick flick movie, but it happened in real life! Or is this real life?? Graceland is almost like a time warp - the King is very much alive still here, maybe this is all part of the chirade.....I ...