Travelers Inn And Suites Memphis
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... garish tourist attractions you have ever seen, and the biggest employer for the town is tourism. Very odd place indeed.
Day 6: Chattanooga. Tennessee
Today we went through the town of Pigeon Forge home to "Dollywood". They were preparing for a 3 day Fair - the streets were lined with deck chairs, bomb cars, hay bales and pumpkins and people - it was amazing. We were back up in the mountains today (Smokey ...
... moment!! We also went to a place where black music was banging and we got our dance moves on. After getting a gigantic piece of pizza on the way home - it was straight to bed. On our last day in Philly, myself and Cass headed off to do our own thing. We wanted to walk around and suss what else there was to do in Memphis. We past Main Street and walked down to the Mississippi River. We also visited the famous Peabody hotel where a lot ...
... with a flash’ became the motto of Elvis and the initials TCB and a lightning bolt are therefore seen on many things Elvis, including the tail of his airplanes.
Our last stop was the Elvis’ Hawaii exhibit. It housed many things that he did in and about Hawaii including movies and concerts. Additionally, it had some homemade videos that were shot with Elvis and family while in Hawaii. Elvis was seen in one video touring the USS ...
... stub after stub of amounts of money given to people and charities and has Lisa Marie talking about Elvis' generosity. I was really moved by her stories of his giving nature; its cool when the superstars turn out to be good guys.
As well as seeing the house we also got to view some items from the Elvis Archives, check out his vehicles in the motor museum and go aboard his planes the Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II. There's some pretty impressive bling on the planes including ...
After another fun night in Memphis walked to the Civil Rights Museum and the site where Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated. We really received an education, but I think what we took from this most was that the people with no power achieved equal rights by peaceful protest and the people with all the power tried to stop them through violence. Very interesting.