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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... music and music memorabilia and the original studio window sign. After a detailed insight into the studio history we were lead down into the actual recording studio this was freaking awesome everything had remained the same since that day young Elvis waked into the studios to record his song. After listening to some rare material we were allowed photo ops and a General chance to hang out in the studios. I stood on the exact same spot elvis stood at and had my pic took ...
... it to Peabody Hotel in time to see the ducks at 11 am. The ducks come down from the roof, waddle across the lobby on the red carpet and end up in the fountain, freely swimming around. We were 5 minutes late. The lobby was packed with hotel guests but it was nice to see the festive Christmas decorations.
We ventured over the Beale Street.
Found it completely deserted and way too cold and icy to spend any quality ...
... was expecting. However, on the other side of the road is another story. There are shops upon shops of Elvis souvenirs, everything you could possibly think of to put 'Elvis Presley’ on is here to buy from bobble heads to replicas of his costumes (about $2500.) and everything in between. TVs and speakers are everywhere playing Elvis movies, documentaries, songs, and interviews. It’s mind boggling how much money probably goes through here every ...
... 4.6m) long couch, the gold records and bedazzled jumpsuits, 2 airplanes, his cars, people crying grave side, and lots of junk to buy.
The amount of "fat" Elvis info is sparse. But whatever, can't begrudge the guy. I'm sure you'll have trouble finding a blue dress at the Clinton presidential library. Graceland is a happy place not a morality lesson on the dangers of fame.
Scott also points out that it is a mecca to capitalism that ...
... front seats at the BBKing Blues Club. It was packed full. Very loud rock band playing. Had to wait ages to be served. The waiter was useless and rude. It was entertaining watching the dancing. An old couple gave a very cool performance of dirty dancing and then a younger couple gave a very real performance - so much so that an American woman apologised to us about it, saying how disgusted she felt about their antics. ...