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... he opened the door to his assignation. Totally moving experience and horrible to think this is how people/human beings were treat back then makes me appreciate the society I live in today. Just over the road the tour continued in which it was all about the killer and the hunt for him. As with the motel room they had preserved the bathroom were the firearm was triggered. A bit macabre but fascinating all the same. Really happy I went to the museum it opened my eyes and ...
Our day started with a visit to the Loveless Cafe on the outskirts of Nashville. This famous roadside cafe has been serving home cooking to travelers for decades. The breakfast (really - it was a brunch) featured all of my favorite meats along with biscuits. Great way to start the day. Next we meandered our way towards Memphis - shopping ...
... blooded American should see. The crowded grave site offered up a pretty interesting contrast with the Cash grave.
His cars get their own building and they are pretty badass, offsetting the home furnishings.
The Stutz Blackhawk was my favorite...although Elvis also had a 75 Fleetwood which wasn't there.
My favorite facts:
Elvis was an avid reader and would travel with a large trunk full of books.
He loved to shoot ...
... and placed them in the fountain, in the hotel. They were there in the morning after the gentleman slept of the effects of the alcohol and the customers liked them so much they stayed. The ducks are raised by a local farmer, trained and rotated out of the hotel, back to the farm, every 3 months. The duck march is at 11,00 am and then at 5pm, when they go back upstairs in the lift, walking on the red carpet.
... 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 ...