Quality Inn Memphis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... could fulfil her dream of eating lots of Chicago deep dish pizza (after first tasting it a few years ago). We have driven in many big cities around the world, but none have been as crazy awful as Chicago. It was just so busy, the road was a mess with many lanes undefined and they drove so fast! We went to an Easter Sunday service in the evening. The next day we headed out to explore Chicago. We went up the Willis Tower and stood on the sky ledge to get a good view ...
... and 360 degree walk-throughs of the rooms. We linger and listen to a lot of the stuff on the i Pads because it adds so much more value to the tour. I'm surprised that people are racing from room to room and missing out on so much!
I will post a heap of photos, but it is basically a shrine to the life of Elvis and he was in many ways larger-than-life. Some people make a pilgrimage here to pay tribute and their respects and we already ...
... were playing some old rock music. Tried the ghost river ale a local beer.
There weren't many food options hence after an hour or so we headed ...
... Nebraska (population 481), which is along the Iowa border, across the Mississippi. There was a bizarre $1 bridge toll both entering and leaving the town, but we nevertheless recharged on coffee, eggs and toast to the backdrop of some old locals grumbling about national politics.
Earlier, Arno had noticed a small chip on the windshield, probably sustained after a small pebble flew into the glass on the highway, so after crossing back into Iowa we decided ...
... to the real Elvis Town ... Graceland. A couple of things really strike you here. The first is that it's quite modest, sure it would have been pretty fancy and extravagant for it's time but it's no where near the size of the mansions that the modern day stars and celebrities seem to have. The second is that everything is for sale. Given the fairly modest home I have to wonder if he would have wanted something as commercial as what his home has turned in to. Perhaps ...