Studio Plus Deluxe Studios - Memphis - Cordova
Travel Blogs from Cordova
... unsuccessfully, to blend in with the crowd. It was very mellow with people just strolling about, checking out the bikers, and eating, drinking (open containers no problem). We decided to find some music and we ended up at Mr. Handy's Blues Hall which was featuring Brandon Santini & His Band. As the video(s) will show, it was pretty cool.
Today was a big day with Graceland as the focus of the schedule. Our ****** hotel, the Days Inn Graceland, is ...
... also grabbed our fishing licences from the shop...which took awhile as she had to phone it through. No photo licences here...so she required our height, weight, eye colour and hair colour. She was very generous when converting my kilos to pounds...thank you! We had a look at some of the boats outside the shop....they were amazing and so cheap compared to home! $25,000 for a 12 person leather-seated barge..!
We then drove another 20 minutes into the city centre ...
... the story of the various rock legends who got their start here punctuating it with live, original recordings including that first infamous first track Elvis ever laid down.
The studio went through a period of dormancy in the 80’s but was discovered again in 1987. It has since been declared a national historic monument and bands from around the world still come here to record in the very same room with the same music tiles and the same ...
... t do at home. The new food experience was very culturally different. Also, we got to see the Spur basketball team, and it was very exciting. Stephanie was extremely excited, but wasn’t brave enough to ask for autographs, so I did it for her. I think this was the first time I talked to a celebrity in my life J
Nicole & Dani:
We would just like to say that chicken ...
... 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 ...