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... car collection, some cool photography exhibits, and about 50 gift shops, all designed to offer the perfect Elvis memory at a cost.
The whole tour took about 2 1/2 hours, and by 11:30 AM we were headed to the Rock 'n Roll Cafe for lunch. After burgers and fried pickles, we headed into Mississippi (it was only about 5 miles down the road) to take care of some of the ...
Then to complete our stay we had Sunday Brunch at Majestic Grill. We started with Smoked Salmon Flatbread, then we tried today's special; a fried green tomato Eggs Benedict topped with bacon bits. http://majesticgrille.com/. They had a jazz band playing on a narrow balcony which added to the "Memphis" feel.
... 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 ...
... in order to make the early flight to Los Angeles. We were packed the night before and ready to rock and roll.
Those of you who know Beverly Hammond know that she, on camera club outings, will be there for the sunSET but could care less about when it rises. However she was ready to go when we picked her up and in a jolly good mood! We all were, as we had such an exciting adventure ahead of us.
... evening doing
a pub crawl down Beale Street listening to music. In New Orleans it's Jazz, here it's blues. Some great
musicians!! Caught the last train back to the car and managed our way
back to our Arkansas campground. The roads and signage doesn't make it
easy so we saw a lot more of Arkansas than we thought!