BEST WESTERN Galleria Inn & Suites
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... it becomes a bit tedious. Like yesterday we were in the mountains this time on the Blue Ridge Parkway, it meanders for 469 miles. There was more variety to look at as in towns and villages to pass through but very little stopping.You don't seem to travel a lot of miles but it is quite slow so not a lot of stops.The weather has been spectacular cool in the mornings and warming up as the days go on to may be 80 Deg.
Day 5: ...
... Beale street that night, which is the most popular street in Memphis. It was great to go from Jazz in New Orleans to Rock and Roll in Memphis! Beale Street is like the Bourban street of New Orleans or like the Cavil Ave of Q'land. All the bars and pubs were on the same strip and the police closed off all the road. There was also 3 baseball games on while we were there so that also brought an extra crowd!! We stopped in for dinner and shared ...
... gold plated seat belt buckle and the lavatory sinks were covered in genuine 24k gold flakes.
It was said that Lisa Marie’s 9th birthday party was held on the larger of the two jets. It would be her last birthday with her father. Another story told of a young Lisa Marie, who had never seen snow before. Elvis called for the plane and they took off to see snow. After some time playing in the snow, they loaded up and headed home.
... audio any time you like and just soak up the moment of where you are. Greig immensely enjoyed that John Stamos was our narrator on the iPad...which is kind of fitting seeing as we had seen the Full House home in San Francisco.
Elvis had some pretty gaudy taste in décor but for the most part I loved it...Greig always calls that my Italian side when I proclaim something extravagantly tasteless is awesome.
At one point of the tour the audio explains that the piano ...
... had forked out the extra dollars and stayed at the Peabody. We had originally booked there, but after spending so much on all the accommodation along the way, opted for the Springhill Suites, as we were only sleeping there. The Peabody Hotel was Gorgeous and closer to Beale Street.
After watching the ducks, we spotted a Denny's for an early tea. We were the only people in there. We don't know ...