Travel Blogs from Memphis
... and wow, talk about commercialism!!! It's $8 just to park..... Good job as I didn't want to go in... Maybe some other time...
Got to the Sun museum on time and booked my tour for 10:30.
I really enjoyed this, even though I'm not really into rock and roll. Turns out the guy who started the studio was a blues freak and he went about the Delta recording blues artists, like Howlin Wolf, BB King and Muddy Waters. One day a guy came ...
... off to the Smoky Mountains today, just a long day of travelling ahead of us. We should arrive just in time to watch our first Smoky Mountain sunset — with ...
... s, and I was even able to get a photo with the microphone that Elvis used to record his first album.
Next I wanted to checkout Graceland, Elvis’s mansion. The self-guided audio tour took me through the mansion (which was in its original state from when he passed in 1977 (many of the items dated from the late 50’s and 60’s)), Elvis’s grave, a collection of his automobiles and his two jet planes. It was a very fascinating tour and great insight into his ...
... a small area since the cemetery is pretty huge. 1200. Went to the Civil Rights Museum located across from where the Lorraine motel stands. That's where MLK jr was shot & killed. Very interesting & a great way to end our Memphis trip. 1300. Headed back to ...
... and look around the gift shop before driving on. It seemed to take ages before we eventually joined the interstate for Memphis. Had a pit stop a Casey Jones service area at Jackson. Very quirky place featuring a full size steam train and olde worlde eatery. Arrived at the Econolodge hotel, North 3rd street, very basic but clean. We wasted no time at all and set off for downtown and Beale Street. Paid a $3 cover charge ...
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