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Good day driving to Memphis. Left at approximately 10:30 a.m., took it easy, stopped for a nice breakfast, fueled the truck and arrived at Graceland Rv Park around 4:00 p.m.
After we were set up I got on the internet and saw a message saying that our furnace at home was not working. Oops... Another hurdle! Got on the phone but oops, the laptop is not ...
... of Australia must be. Ken is disappointed to learn that directions down under aren't given like "turn left at the mud hole and head on up to the third tree". He asks if it isn't all "Crocodile Dundee" kinda territory. Seems to find it hard to believe that Sydney is bigger than Memphis (actually a lot bigger- their population is 655,000, Sydney is over 4 and a half million). We have met a lot of Americans (and the Danish couple the other night as well) who are disappointed to ...
... It was really great. I got the free shuttle back by about 4.30 and did some blog.
The hotel provided a $5 each way shuttle to Beale St. We missed the 6pm shuttle and caught the 7pm one to 2nd and Beale outside the Hardrock Cafe. We tried Hardrock for a Stones tee shirt for Brad. The girls there told us to try Tater Reds. We tried the shop next to Tater Reds and an old bloke there told us you can only get them from Stones ...
... music, many of them being migrants from the cotton fields and other rural areas.
We stopped for a beer in another empty bar on Beale Street, then went to a corner café for some food. The service was surprisingly average so we gave only a very small tip. Justin ordered hot tamales because we didn’t know what they were – I don’t know if this place was just bad, or if tamales are not to our taste, but they were gross. Didn’t even eat them all. Back to ...
... we found Tony (everyone else was already back in bed) so the 3 of us walked home together. We got up early the next morning and met the group in the lobby and headed to Graceland’s! We walked through Elvis’s home which was very old school; saw some of his famous outfits, records and rooms in his house such as the Jungle room. We also paid our respects at his grave near the pool. We got back on the bus and played the song walking in Memphis which now makes so ...
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