Ramada Limited Horn Lake
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... Roll. Stood in the room where Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis and Roy Orbison to name a few started their recording careers.
In the afternoon took a riverboat trip down the Mississippi and finished the night with BBQ.
Had an absolutely fantastic day and met some real characters out here. We absolutely love Memphis and the people here are wonderful - very chatty and ...
... tourist spot and sees dollar signs. Even still, he was a happy person and so friendly. The tour guide who's name escapes me, was not as friendly but she really gave a great tour and knew the facts of Sun Records for sure!
The way the tour was layed out was great. It started out in a room upstairs of the building full of locked glass cabinets that had all sorts of Sun Records and their artists memorabilia. After we had a ...
... where Robert Johnson sold his sold to the devil in exchange for being able to play the blues, is actually just over the railroad at a hump where two roads meet. So we drive to see it, and miss it! A quick turn around, and we are on it. There's nothing to see but scruffy grass and weeds and a rough piece of road. So we head off to another famed sight where he was ...
... table, mirrors on the ceiling, three TVs lining one of the walls to allow him to watch all three national channels at once! On return, we nipped into the rather nippy and fridge-like rock and roll museum to learn about the role the musical revolution played in the civil rights movement in this area. With Music studios emerging to record black talent from the cotton fields. The likes of Jerry Lee Louis, BB king, Johnny cash, Howlin Wolf, Isaac Hayes all made ...
... on the Bureau of Land Management sites for $5-$10. Here is a link to the Bureau of Land Management and all of the areas under their control: http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en.html These would be primitive sites where you would bring your own water, use your battery power, and use their "port a potty". Tents are also welcome here. A camper wrote a bit of an article about this: http://camping.about.com/cs/campgrounds ...