Tunica Roadhouse Casino & Hotel
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... his car broke down, and this woman said she would rive him to Memphis. They stopped in Tupelo to see somme of the sights before he realized she was a ghost. Odd. Afterwards, we walked towards the car museum, and we were passing the photo booth. I bought a set. We stopped in one of the snack bars for a soda. We then entered the Car Museum. Elvis sure did love his cars, motorcycles and tractor. I noticed that the battery was just ...
... off on weekends so there is no traffic allowed and you can just wander the street and take in the music while sipping on a beer, wine or cocktail while you decide where to settle for dinner. Our taxi driver recommended Blues City Diner right at the entrance to Beale Street so after a stroll up and down the street we settle at this diner. As with everywhere we have been so far, salad and veggies seem to be foreign food here but the steak, ribs and southern ...
... corner of Huling and walked down towards Mulberry and the Lorraine Motel which is now the National Civil Rights Museum. The Museum was in the process of being extended and renovated but there was still plenty to see. The girls were very interested in this part of American history and as the 50th anniversary of MLK's famous 'I have a dream' speech is coming up it seemed a good time to visit.
Back outside we walked over a few blocks so the girls could ...
... few inches of water. We just stayed in the car for a drive by the beach and people seemed to be holding out for the rain to pass. It was packed out on the beach and it looked very nice from what we could see out of the rain speckled windows and beyond the wiper blades. The route then took us through the municipal beaches of Tampa and then past the city itself. We ended up arriving at our destination of Tallahassee at about 6:30 PM. We stayed in a hotel on a quiet road with only ...
... should be buried on the property, and visited by the thousands of fans who travel from all over the world.
Our entry ticket to the house also included entry to Elvis’ automobile museum, his two private jets, and a few other museums housing yet more stage outfits, awards and other memorabilia from his musical and acting career.
Even if you’re not an Elvis fan, you can’t visit Memphis and not go to Graceland. We enjoyed the visit and we ...