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... set foot and recorded here, this for me was a personal highlight. Seeing and standing where Elvis, Jonny cash, and Bob Dylan recorded was magical. Our tour guide was enthusiastic without being corny, his story's of past artists was inspiring. Having a picture with Elvis's mic was great souvenir to take away. We had catch taxi back to camp around 5pm as we missed the shuttle bus. Camp was now full with two ...
... is also original for the acoustics. They still record there today. Some artists have been U2, Def Leppard, Chris Isaak and many more.
We checked into our hotel room and got changed. Tammy and I walked down to Beale St and had dinner at Blues City Cafe.
Then we just went up and down the street checking out the bars. There was live blues in every one. We spent the night ...
... FedEx. Tourism is big too but they don't seem to do a great job promoting their city or providing information to tourists. It has had major crime issues in the past but not so much now.
Last night, Richard's birthday and we had booked the restaurant Itta Bena at BB Kings. Had a great meal and I definitely like shrimp and grits, no-one else does! Went downstairs to listen to some excellent blues music - singer John Nemeth and the Bo-keys - really good music. ...
... Chisa, my WIFE, several times.
I was either wrong about Myron or he got the message about my non-gayness and did not try anything untoward. I'm glad because he was a really nice, friendly guy and it would ruined the experience and the memory if the whole thing would have only been about trying to get some.
Today I went to visit the main cemetery in the city and it was decent, not in the class of the great ones, like Père Lachaise in Paris, but good for ...
... pretty chuffed with myself!
Dawn King Keep an eye on her Uncle D she will be getting a swelled head
Donna Spletter sounds great to me