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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... lake. How rude. She nearly fell in which warranted screaming.
From there we drove up to Hoosier State Forest in Indiana. This time we paid for a campground. It was awesome. A completely empty forest campground that cost $4 in total! It was dark and in the middle of nowhere. We slept very well that night. The next morning we ended up on a gravel road for ages as the route we were supposed to take was closed because of flooding. We arrived in Chicago that evening ...
... later) and then packed on to shuttle buses. The ridiculous part is that the buses take you (literally) across the road to the Presley home (Graceland). It's all pretty high-tech from here and I do feel very sorry for some of the old loves who have never touched an i Pad in their lives, because once inside, it is basically self-guided with an i Pad. It's very well done really and the i Pads are stacked with information, video clips, ...
... the library, it was beautiful , better than I expected.
We decided to skip the other historic monuments in hopes to get to Memphis and check out the world famous Beale st.
Beale st is known for blues music. Almost all bars play live music. We finally made it to memphis around 8 pm. Just in time.
We walked around, took pictures etc. got solicited into club 152 ...
... evening after sundown and began the 17-hour sprint across the American Heartland to the Badlands, driving through Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. While we spent 17 hours actually driving, the trip itself took nearly 21 hours, with us arriving a little before 7pm on Friday.
Somewhere in northern Missouri we hit 2,000 miles, of course bumping Rihanna to mark the occasion. We decided to have breakfast at Betty's Diner in ...
... and jailed for the offence. The hotel no longer operates but remains a shrine to this great man. There are more photos reflecting the civil unrest in Memphis and Martin Luther King at the Rock and Soul Museum, which was my next stop of the day. There's a bit of Elvis stuff here, but this place is not really about him, it's much more about the soul than the rock, it's really bluesy and reflects the music that is still played in all the bars and restaurants in Beale ...