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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Day Fourteen, April 25, 2015
Woke up about 6:30 after a good night's sleep. It was raining when we went to bed but I could just barely hear it, just enough to put me to sleep. For the most part going to sleep hasn’t been a problem on this trip. I usually turn on a podcast and fall asleep listening to it.
Knowing we had a lot planned today we got ready and left a little after 10:00, unusual for us! We went to the ...
... and I can only imagine him jingling down the stairs with all his bling! There were many floral tributes on his grave and along the driveway to the house from Lisa Marie, Priscilla and many fans from around the world. Apparently up to 10,000 people made the pilgrimage to Graceland for vigil on the the Eve of his death and the last person left at around 4 am so I do wonder what he would have made of it all. We met up wi a friend of ...
... museums, Sun Records, Stax records and the rock and soul museum, while being carted about by the Sun records shuttle bus.
First cab off the rank was Graceland. A tactical error. The lines were about a mile long, and in the heat, it made life kind of difficult. Once we got on the bus, it was ok. Priscilla arranged a wheelchair for Sam, which made getting around much easier, and it meant I could push our way to the front ...
... of sides, fried chicken and catfish and even banana pudding, drinks (iced sweetened and unsweetened tea and lemonade) were also included in the set cost. It was a late breakfast/early lunch, but we really didn't need dinner when the time came. We did have dinner though, at Demo's. Which was also very good. N reckons it may not have been the best cut of steak he ever had, but it was the best cooked ...
... the secretary that asked him to use Elvis as part of a group since he hung outside the studio every day after school and she felt sorry for him. And he "sold" Elvis' contract to RCA for only $35,000 one year later. Also making their first hits in this studio (which has not been touched since the 1950's) were BB King, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and Jerry Lee Lewis! In fact, when we saw the broadway show, Million Dollar Quartet, the set of the show was recreated to look exactly ...