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... have done the deed with the devil. It's on a busy piece of road, and again we flash passed it. So much for there being an opportunity to pause at the Mecca of blues heritage. A quick passing shot out the window of the car is all the pilgrimage we can make. Apparently, there is yet another crossroads somewhere, so I think lots of small towns lay claim to the deed. According ...
... of whom play for tips only.
Beale Street is the best!!
Moray camped in the RV with us. Goes without saying, we all had a few brewskies that night. I cooked dinner, but I don't think either of the brothers even remembered.
Fell in to bed at some ungodly hour. Nevermind, will do it all again tomorrow night, no doubt. It's a hard life, but as I keep saying "Someone's gotta do ...
... then pick us up and drop us at Rock N'Soul downtown when we were ready.
We were really impressed with the Hotel service and being from "out of town" found it reassuring to have someone guide us around Memphis.
Stax Museum and Rock N'Soul come highly recommended if you like music and want to learn about the history for it as it relates to the ...
Went on a pilgrimage today to the King's House-Graceland. Two things to say: 1. Elvis must have loved to look at himself- he had mirrors all over the house-walls and ceilings! He also had to have been pretty strung out on drugs-prescription of course- when he was making decisions about the decorating of the rooms in his house. A jungle room complete with water fall???? a racketball room complete with piano????? ...
... his planes pretty impressive.
We hit the main strip, Beale Street, for a drink, hoping to recreate Nashville good times, but it just wasn't up to scratch. Maybe we'd been spoilt by Music City? Maybe it's because it was a Tuesday? Either way, we left Memphis with a sense that it was a city that got by these days on its name alone, oh and the fact a King was born there.
Next stop, New Orleans!