Motel 6 Memphis - Graceland
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... money I keep in the case from emergencies was still in it. America is so honest, I thought it was gone for sure, with all my holiday photos, contacts, everything.
After recovering from my missing phone heart attack and lunch, we saw the planes, cars and other museums, before having an ice-cream and heading home on the 4 o'clock bus.
I'm not an Elvis fan, he was before ...
... bought it for $100,000. It was called Graceland because the people who owned it before had it made as a present to them from a woman named Grace; so no special meaning really. Inside was flashy! The kitchen not so much. He had a jungle room where the carpet was on the ceiling and walls as well as the floor, an indoor waterfall, it was crazy! We weren't allowed upstairs because he was a private man and out of respect Lisa Marie won't allow people up there. The house ...
... quite early we headed for Sun Studios, the very studio that signed a young Elvis Presley. However, the cue was out of the door and there wasn´t any studio tours for a good few hours so we headed to the opposite end of town to the National Civil Rights Museum. Along with various exibitions and some fascinating facts regarding Americas struggle for equality over the years, it is the place where Martin Luther King was shot dead by ...
... no one messed with me. I dont think I was ever really frightened, but in hindsight I probably should have been. Having survived that experience, I headed back to my car where I baby wiped down and changed clothes.
I walked around Beale Street one last time because I wanted to see it at night. It was like a mini Bourbon Street. After being hit up for money about 20 times and explaining to them that I was living in my car and nearly as broke as they ...
... for thinking you were walking in completely the wrong direction...ghost town much? We were really surprised. We thought Memphis would be similar to Nashville in terms of liveliness but it wasn't until we were basically right on Beal St that we reassured there were other people in town barring us...weird.
Anywho, after a short stroll up and down the neon madness that is Beal St, we settled on Rum Boogie, a place famed for it's great live ...