Rodeway Inn Memphis
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... of this building housed a makeshift shooting range.
We also toured a room that serves as a trophy room in which the many awards earned by Elvis are housed. One room is full of gold and platinum records while another section of the room has other award and trophies. I was not aware of just how many awards and trophies he had earned in his career. I took a couple of pictures in this room and for some reason the flash went off. Darn, I thought I turned ...
... was surreal the whole time we were there. Like all tourist attractions in America they herd you through and rush you along, but if you ever get the chance to go be sure to go through at your own pace as best you can to take in every space Elvis would have filled with his enormous presence.
The tour provides an iPad with images and audio to listen to explaining rooms in the home and significant events relevant to space you are viewing. The good thing is you can ...
Early morning surprise surprise! It's GRACELAND TIME! I'm so excited I may just wet myself!! We got breakfast and brought it to the room, we got bagels for dinner and couple of bagels for tomorrow morning when we are travelling because we don't want to be buying anything in the airport! Plus we love a good picnic! Again it was like a ghost town, I know it's a Saturday but there isn't anyone walking the streets or cars anywhere, it was like labour day, we could look down ...
It was an early start this morning, made worse after the
late night. I got up at 6.30am, showered, dressed, started packing,
then went to breakfast at 7am, after breakfast it was back to room,
finished packing, got ready for the day, then it was bags to coach at
745am. For the first part of the trip i slept.
The first stop of the day was at Texakarna, where we had
time for a few pictures, before it was back on the coach and a ...
... and tear around Graceland with his friends in golf carts.
He called Lisa Marie Buttonhead
He paid $4 to record his first record, it was a gift for him mom (to whom he also gave his pink Cadillac)
Andy makes a large contribution to Elvis's estate in the form of souvenir purchases, Bill gets a cool TCB Elvis Airline hat, and we are gone...off to cross the mighty Mississippi, find some Memphis BBQ, and on toward St. Louis.