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... so many requests that night for his song "That's All Right" that they played it 14 times in 3 hours. And the rest is history.
Sad to wonder what his life might have been like had he never become addicted to the prescription drugs that shortened his life. His life is well documented and celebrated here at Graceland and more than anything else, this place seems very much like a home. It isn't huge, but you can well imagine people ...
... bowl of Championship Gumbo, Pulled pork and Voodoo potatoes and Bread. The Gumbo was wonderful. The rest was good - ribs a bit spicey for Marie. I had a local beer which tasted like Fat Yak from home and Marie had a Sex on the Beach cocktail. We left some pork and potatoes because we were full. $66 all up including tip.
Caught the 9.30 Shuttle, back to Heartbreak Hotel by 10, bed by 10.30. Up early for 8pm shuttle to Greyhound ...
... Then we'll be moving onwards to our next 'home base' in Clarksdale with day excursions to other nearby Mississippi locales (nothing is more than a couple of hours around here!)
The group has enjoyed the vibe of Memphis. It's easy going and a bit cozy, the kind of town where you know it and it knows you. It's not too flashy (exception to Beale) yet there is so much you can see and do easily here, it's quite nice indeed.
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... all night and after spending most of the night with them they invited us out for dinner the following night and to watch their game, mine then gave me a necklace. We kept drinking and dancing with them and it turned out they were staying at the same hotel as us. Leah and I left and grabbed some food at a café nearby (fried chicken) then started walking back to the hotel however were a bit scared to walk home alone so chatted to some cops who told us the safest way ...
... it. Today was a driving day again. We stopped at Little Rock, Arkansas for a toilet break at the big courthouse where Bill Gates stayed while governor. We also stopped in Texarkana, which was Texas and Arkansas combined since it was on the border. We watched A Time To Kill to get us in the mind of the civil rights movement. Pretty intense movie, but it was good. Just getting ready for dinner now, then got an insanely busy day (as usual for Contiki lol) ...