Motel 6 Memphis - Graceland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our second stop....Graceland! I know many of you have been here already. I must admit that I enjoy Elvis but I never loved him or was huge fan! As a matter of fact, I had an opportunity to see him live in the 70s but opted not to go. In my eyes there was no one better than the Beatles.
I have changed my mind. Going through Graceland seeing ...
... me there. Anyway, I got in and the girl on the desk was really welcoming. It was fine, had the female dorm to myself. Just seems very out f the way but when I was seeing where everything is, The Stax museum (where Otis and Aretha did loads of recording) and Sun Studios (where everyone has recorded) are really near. So tonight I take a cab to Bourbon Street, it's pedestrianized so their are loads of kids doing acrobatics for all the ...
... and needed another beer. We bought two Graceland Platinum Tour Tickets for the following day and passed out cold. Next day, before noon, we walked to the shuttle departure area where ticket holders were driven across the street to the mansion's front door. Everyone was wired to an audio guided tour featuring commentary and stories by Elvis and Lisa Marie. It could be paused randomly. As I looked up close at where Elvis played, relaxed and shot ...
... If I die tomorrow no one has permission to walk through my flat or look in my underwear drawer. We walk around other various exhibits which are actually quite good, there is lots of memorabilia here, there are also Huge Elvis's shops where you can literally buy anything you can think of from a life size Elvis cut out to Elvis's chocolates or salt water taffy. Now the best bit, Elvis's owned a couple of planes one was a luxury business jet which is nice, and the other ...
We had breakfast in the hotel, and then set off, walking down Beale. The street
is really small - much smaller than we were expecting- and at 10am lacked the
impact it probably would have had if it had been the evening. The only people
around were a really old group who looked like they were on a tour or something,
which I imagine is different from the alcohol fuelled blues crowds that Beale is
purported to attract. We walked ...