Key West Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not having food in the tent because of bears. Since then we have been mindful of coyotes, bob cats, mountain lions, tarantulas and scorpions. It appears we are back to being mindful about bears again. We've been told to lock away food as they do have unwanted visitors to the park, basically we are not home and dried just yet. Oh! forgot to mention we've come across a few black widow spiders in the process of putting up our tents. Nice! ...
Memphis redeemed itself. We passed the inspiring St. Jude's Hospital complex on Danny Thomas Drive. This has always been my favorite charity. And then there's Graceland, so worth the trip. We saw all of Elvis' memorabilia including a billion Gold Records and his fabulous outfits. Much to my dismay he sold more records than Frank.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRED AND MARTY!
We got up early to head to Gracelands the home of Elvis Presley, we went on the mansion tour which was very surreal, we weren't allowed upstairs due to them wanting respect and privacy bit were allowed on the ground floor and in the rooms in the basement, we saw his lounge, dining room, kitchen, jungle room, pool room and other areas such as trophy room, he bought the house for $100k when he was 22 and is ...
... t going anywhere, now back up you annoying cretins. Back on the bus to cross the road and by the time the driver has finished the safety briefing everyone has already got off so he is just talking to himself weird. Next up we visit Elvis's car collection and I'm happy to report he definitely new how to have fun although why would anyone in their right mind buy a pink car. Seeing all of his belongings and walking through his house seems a bit personal and at times doesn't ...
Left Shreveport this morning... Lacey was ecstatic! (see below). One cannot help but think of the many American servicemen and women who have given their lives that we can live free. Take a moment and say a prayer and give thanks. The picture below is one of the most poignant I have ever seen... you can click on a picture ...