Motel 6 Memphis - Graceland
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Civil Rights Museum. Want to also head to Graceland but it's a bit pricey to go inside. We may just get the signature photo outside the gates! We are also hoping to try out the famous Gus' Fried Wings in town. Only in Memphis hey! Pics to come very soon ...
... we visited. Otherwise, this would have been a odd house that Elvis lived in to visit. Outside we saw Mum and Zoe get teary as we passed Elvis grave. Zoe whispered " I wanted to leave a note to Elvis saying I love him, he made a difference in my life, I miss him and he is blessed".
A few snappy pictures of the outside we were back on the shuttle and over to see the other exhibits at the visitors centre. Each exhibit small, but detailed to ...
... from classic to some with neon lights and music blasting out of them, we had tea at the city of blues cafe where we all had the ribs they were delicious but easily filling, after tea we wondered back down the street with a few going to the local Irish bar and a few back to the hotel for an early night. ...
... early. I picked up my bag, jumped in a cab and headed to the hotel. Very nice it was too. Huge room with a big King size bed, bathroom, powder room (whatever that is), and a storage room. It also had a great view of a bridge which spanned the Mississippi River and crosses into the state of Arkansas. Whilst I was tempted to head straight to Beale St (where it all goes on in Memphis), I decided against it as I needed to get a few things done. Tomorrow is another day though. Over and ...
While traveling to Memphis, Tennessee it is mandatory to visit Elvis Presley's "Graceland" mansion, if you're in the slightest bit interested in the "King of Rock and Roll" and the music's early roots. I had visited Graceland in the early 1970's, before it was a tourist attraction and while Elvis was still in residence. My friends and I had hoped to park and walk up close in order to take a photograph. ...