Travel Blogs from Memphis
... thing was that the house was too crowded with people. Spent about an hour at the house and grounds.
Lunch at Rockabilly's Burger Shop--chicken patty and cheeseburgers very good.
MUSEUMS: Spent the rest of the afternoon looking in the shops and going to every museum on the ...
... when he was 22, which is very impressive for sure. He moved his parents in there with them and you can view their bedroom because it is off the center hall of the house. The upstairs of the house is off limits because they say it is "private". Bryan joked it was because he still lived up there! ha ha.
Once you are through the house, the tour continues in the backyard in this building that holds many of his awards and ...
Clarkesdale is a really cool little place, but we are finding all the deep fried food too too too much. So we have checked out a cafe that has been suggested to us. And yes, fresh food and they don't own a deep fryer!! In fact, we have dinner here as well just to make sure we don't end up with another round of southern fry up.
There's quite a lot to see in the few streets ...
... t surpass what Elvis managed to do during his short time on the planet. Upon arrival at Graceland, I decided to run with the platinum tour which includes the tour of the mansion, Elvis' car collection, his planes, a couple of exhibits specific to his 68' comeback tour and his Aloha Hawaii tour. First up was the Graceland mansion. We had to don headsets and listen to an audio commentary as we moved our way through the house which is as it was as the time of Elvis's ...
... to take photos, but no flash so some pictures are not the best quality. According to the audio, the décor is preserved as Elvis had it at the time of his death after it was redecorated in ’74. The tour was only of the downstairs, as the upstairs is not for the public. Features we saw included a huge white couch, a fake waterfall, green shag carpet on the floor ...
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