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... and you can tell it's the birthplace of rock and roll, delta blues and rhythm and blues the musicians are incredible and out of this world. Sat there with a beer in one hand, smile of my face, watching Beale street go by and listening to some fantastic music is an experience I will never forget. Today has been one of the best days of my life, I really do not want to leave this amazing city in the morning I am totally in love with this city and it now appears a bit of an Elvis fan ha ...
... that area. So what do you do in a good Southern town with lots of history and suspecting all the tourist destinations closed? You got it. We went to a matinee movie and saw The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Dinner was at Corky's BBQ (which we liked better than Central Barbecue) and then it was back to the hotel to pack for our next day's adventure.
It is on our list to go back to Memphis in warmer weather.
... Elvis (who did so much in his 42 years on earth) but because of the emotions of fellow tourists reactions. This one lady who was speaking German to her family had tears streaming down her face. She was so visibly upset. I couldn't believe it but it made me sad to think that this woman was so choked up. You would of thought she was his family.
After our time at the grave, we boarded a bus that took us across the street to the rest ...
... record studio that launched the careers of many Soul / R n B musicians, including Isaac Hayes, Ottis Reading, Ike and Tina Turner. As a recording studio, it closed many years ago, but under creative guidance and fund raising, it is now open as a museum, and also as a school to help local children achieve their potential, Not only through music, but academically as well.
... that Elvis used. So many memories in this building.
It would be so good if I could put more than 5 photos at a time on each Blog entry.
After Sun Studio, guess where we went, yep back to Beale Street.
Lunch and then another afternoon of listening to blues music, so relaxing.
After returning to the RV, imagine how surprised we where (not) to find more Aussies pulled up across the lane from us at the ...