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... Apple juice. YUMM.
We then walked to the Peabody Hotel to visit the infamous Peabody ducks. We saw them in the pond, however did not get a chance to see them doing there march.
Went to Graceland. Elvis's home in Memphis. What an amazing afternoon. We spent 4 hours here and saw the Mansion, the Planes, the Cars... It was so much better than I could have imagined. ...
... theme, we saw cars, outfits, movies, life before fame and of course gift shops and Greg's favourite...the planes!
The tour was complete. I enjoyed myself. The only disappointment was that with the cost of the admission ticket, I would like to see the planes especially, cleaned and refurbished. It was like once they had been placed on display, that was it. They haven't been cleaned since.
Lunch time, and no useful team work from ...
... over, the guide concluded the tour (I was kind of sad it came to an end, I was really enjoying these Elvis tunes). It was a lot of fun and a great opportunity to learn more about the King of Rock and Roll.
And so, our trip was concluded. The past couple of days were amazing and I will never forget them. I remember looking out the window of the car as the reflection of the scenery appeared dance in the glass. This had been a great trip and I hope you will have a great trip there too!
... could probably do with an oil change. A quick web search of where to get this done brought back list of service stations like 'pro lube', 'super lube' and other search history tainting names. We decided on a trip to super lube was in order in the morning as they were A) closest, and B) come on! SUPERLUBE! We new we had a long drive ahead of us the following morning so we were up early to go and get the car sorted, and it was here that we discovered another thing to add to the ...
... studio where these big names of yesteryear recorded and heaps of cool stuff like the old fashion microphones and recording equipment. The actual studio, floors, acoustic ceiling tiles and everything inside is as it was in the 50's and 60's so it is almost like a museum. The tour lasted about an hour and the guide provided a great overview of how Elvis got signed by the label, different jam sessions, etc. There was also snippets of some of the more amusing ...