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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... get any better! Quick stop at a gas station around 12ish, finally got a American roadmap over 2000 miles completed in just 5 days. We arrive I Elvis's backyard around 1.30pm, campsite is literally 2 minute walk from Graceland. Quick build of the tents and arranging belongings we set off for the very short walk to Graceland. Temperatures plus humidity made the initial visit rather uncomfortable and tiring, ...
... had about 16 tables in it - all full. So outside we stood. It was a warm day so we applied sunscreen and Don even wandered off and bought some water to keep our hydration levels up. The numbers dwindled down after we had been waiting a good hour, but there were still larger groups then us waiting. We were all hungry, hot and bothered. Some dark clouds started to roll in which added a nice level of stickiness to the ...
... 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 ...
... father and grandmother are all laid to rest - there is also a plaque there for Elvis' identical twin brother Jessie who was still born who was laid to rest ...
... now he must practice with common sense, wisdom, & full dependence on God. All these leads to his calling as the first born son of five siblings. I know that this will lead to a higher calling by God, someday, in God's own time. My son is now a man & everyday I must also learn to allow him to become the man that God called him to be. No more my little boy that tugs at my skirt. I have nurtured him & loved him. But now he is a young man, learning from ...