Studio Plus Deluxe Studios - Memphis - Cordova
Travel Blogs from Cordova
Having found myself considerabley outside of downtown Memphis, I had planned to spend a day in Memphis, get the bus down, hang around then go to Beale Street in the evening and get a cab back. I had found a walking tour to do, knew of a couple of places, and so set off to the lobby to find out how to get the bus downtown. Unfortunatly, the front desk informed me that there were no buses, I was going to need to get a cab. Bum. I also needed cash to pay for the cab, ...
... did. Raised on council estates, Elvis spent his time hanging around Beale street, being influenced by blues, country and even the gospel music belting out of the black churches. He would hang around Sun Studios and one day laid down a track My Happiness. At the time Sun Studios would let anyone who wanted to make a recording for $3. The track would be laid directly onto the record with no mixing or re-takes. When asked by the receptionist Marion ...
... the street!
Today my ATM card didn't work again. (Malek)
Today, I (Derrick Yee) went with my group to eat Chicken and Waffles, and it was really good. It was much better than KFC back at home and this was the first time that I ate the chicken with the skin on it. Also, I got to eat butter with my waffles, which is also something that I usually ...
... reason than to keep idiots like
me from looking like idiots.
We skipped the Sun tour. We'd been
warned that it was mostly Elvis and we'd done mucho del rey to this
point. I had heard that you could get a fried peanut butter and banana
sandwich in these parts, just like Elvis used to love. I had heard
wrong, so I settled for a tuna melt. Hardly a kingly
feast, but at 2 o' clock a person isn't quite as picky as they were at ...
... I thought I’d play it safe with a Subway lunch. I now know that once you enter the south all preconceived notions just have to go out the window. I couldn’t tell if the bell chime as I walked in the door was routine or holiday bells as Christmas had puked all over the establishment. A national chain…catering to everyone…had a giant holiday manger set up. 'Tis the season. Err. A petite girl, no more than 16 yrs old, asked ...