Red Roof Inn Memphis East
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pretty small, but there's a bunch of music stores and places with bands, and we even saw some street performers doing rows of flips on the concrete and uphill - amazing.
We then went on to find a supermarket that we could do some stock-up shopping for the next few meals. We did it as quick as we could, before just heading back to the campsite for a very chilled and early night. We have to be up early in the morning anyway, so it's actually a good thing. Peace out from Memphis ...
... a hip-hop artist, or advertising for Coke, or starring in another movie, or firing one of his yes men, or chatting with Prisilla, or hugging his daughter, or breaking bread with his parents, or calling Colonel Tom Parker up. Priceless activities that would garner him a lot of extra cash. The 1968 comeback era, bedecked in leather...what a spunk! The Vegas era, the aloha from Hawaii satellite concert. He never looked better. If Elvis could see ...
... cleaned up and sorted, we got on that shuttle and headed for Beale Street, one of the coolest places on earth. There we met another mad writer type, Gary, and his lovely wife Michelle. We went to the Rum Boogie Café, whose motto is "Eat. Drink. Boogie Repeat" We listened to great blues while eating Memphis BBQ and drinking a nice drop called Southern Pecan brown ale by Lazy Magnolia brewery ...
... played by mostly black musicians on Beale Street here in Memphis. We got to hear Elvis' very first recording, where he came in off the street and paid to record his own song, called 'My Happiness' or something like that. He was only eighteen, but man, did he already sound awesome. We also got to hear a jam between Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis and I think it was Carl Perkins that was recorded in the fifties. There was an incredible amount ...
... the trophy room and the racquetball court. The trophy room is like a long hallway which houses Elvis's many awards, trophies and the gold and platinum records he achieved during his career. The raquetball court now houses a display of Elvis' sequined "jumpsuits". The entrance looks like an old country club, furnished with leather bar chairs and sofas. It also contains a bar, stereo, and piano upon which Elvis played for what were to be his last songs.The sitting ...