Knights Inn Airport
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We made it! That bus journey was the longest one and the last one for me! 8 hours went fast though because we both had a travel tablet, just one because we didn't want to be walking zombies all day. We couldn't keep our eyes open after one, the bus was empty. Ross found the guy across the row from us creepy as he kept smiling to himself and looking at a piece of paper, wearing scrubs. I admit it was a little strange so we moved back a few rows and ...
... Presley recorded "That's alright, Mama". Disc jockey Dewey Philips, who would smash records he didn't like, played this song 14 times in a row on his show. Aside from Elvis, almost every other significant rock and roll, rockabilly, blues and country star recorded at Sun. Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, BB King, Howling Wolf, Roy Orbison and Harmonica Frank passed through their doors.
The museum itself is not large, but that is ...
... in the River Inn of Harbor Town complex for dinner. After our experiences with food so far in the States, we weren't expecting anything very nice. How wrong could we have been, the food was delicious, the dessert even better and the wine was to die for. I had chicken with sundried tomato, camembert cheese and basil, with mashed potato and broccoli and Dave had steak with Southern potato (mashed potato with bacon and melted ...
... been added to the house over the years. Music room, a gym etc.
We also saw his Automobile collection, many magnificent old beautiful cars, including Rolls Royces, Cadillacs, Lincoln Continentals just to name a few along with a huge collections of motor bikes. The famous Pink Cadillac he bought for his mother.
We got to go aboard his two private Jets ( Lisa Marie was ...
... how many people were waiting around the lobby. We sat for about half an hour, and the whole event was over in 30 seconds! It was all very cute though, and a “must-do” when in Memphis.
After grabbing some breakfast, we went downtown to Arcade, Memphis’ oldest diner. Elvis Presley had his own table here, near the back door so he could escape screaming fans if needed. The interior hasn’t changed since Elvis was there and it was everything ...