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... looking like they were having spasms and fits on the dance floor. We even witnessed a domestic on the dance floor, because one guy got caught dancing with another bird and the girl weren't too happy!! Anyway we left a few hours later, and as we exited the club, the street was a lot busier, with loads of people young and old! So we did a little walk to see what was going on, and decided to head back home, but not before we bumped into the couple still having ...
... a swim then took a shuttle into Nashville.
Yee Ha! I loved Nashville, it was alive and kicking. We stayed on Broadway St as there is no cover charge to go into the bars on that street. I can't even guess at the number of bars and restaurants there are on both sides of the street all playing live music, it was pumping and the beer was cheap. Loved the shops selling all the western gear, met a few parties of girls on a Hen's ...
... and look around the gift shop before driving on. It seemed to take ages before we eventually joined the interstate for Memphis. Had a pit stop a Casey Jones service area at Jackson. Very quirky place featuring a full size steam train and olde worlde eatery. Arrived at the Econolodge hotel, North 3rd street, very basic but clean. We wasted no time at all and set off for downtown and Beale Street. Paid a $3 cover charge ...
... 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 ...
... away and the walls are shabby, but apparently it has great acoustics, and so
this is alright. The highlight of the tour was posing for pictures with the
actual microphone that Elvis and Cash used..there was an actual queue to get to
it, and the poor thing is battered to hell....you have to hold the top bit on
otherwise it flops off!
After thanking Rae and cursing the decibels she could achieve, we headed out
from Sun Studios and ...