Motel 6 Lakeland
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... brought music to all.
Additional galleries look at the history of Sun Records founded by Sam Phillips. This label recorded such musical greats as B.B. King, Roy Orbison, and Elvis, among countless others. Others focus on the development of soul music through Stax, HI, and Satellite Records which recruited artists from the black community. The Memphis music scene was marked by a time of collaboration in times that were filled with ...
... we rocked up to Union avenue and to a tiny museum/recording studio Sun records in which a young Elvis Presley walked through the studio doors requested the receptionist Marion to record a song for his mum for her birthday many moons ago the rest is what they say history. As you walked into the studio a sudden throwback to the 1950s greets you in the shape of a diner style area, a wurlzer juke box and a bar that sells milkshakes and smoothies donned with candy and snacks ...
... to enjoy one more live music venue before bed. However, we did not expect to run into the entire biking contingent of Tennessee. Apparently, on a Wednesday night, Beale Street plays host to Biker night. Here hundreds of bikers were converged on either side of the street, their engines roaring and spluttering as they waited to roar off into the darkness. The neon lights were reflecting off the bright paintwork of the bikes and music was blaring from the ...
... fountains inside. They had set up most of the exhibits in a building on the property. You could see how a few decades ago it would have been such a peaceful area. Rolling grounds, trees, horses still on the property. Now there is a main highway in front and neighbours' backyards bordering.
We had a platinum pass so we could see a few other smaller exhibits and see his planes. We boarded the larger plane, the 'Lisa Marie’. You can see ...
We were up at 7:00AM. This is the first morning we were able to get the stove out, heat up some water and have coffee and hot chocolate...AND drink it with a morning camp fire. It was nice. We left camp at about 8:30AM. It was sunny and 66 degrees. We breakfasted at Subway. It was another morning of going North, South , East and West before we got our bearings and found our way to ...