Westgate Tunica Resort
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Hi y'all - I have started speaking American now lol!!! We had a fantastic day today at Gracelands. The house is incredible!!! It felt so weird to be in the very house that Elvis Presley lived The house has been left exactly the same. The colour scheme is a bit weird lots of green and brown but that was the thing back in the ...
... the Disney movie planes. Dusty is Charlie's favourite! So we take the time after lunch to hang outside the fence while Charlie jumped for joy that there were real life Dustys! The look on his face and his excitement was worth it!!!
We hit the road again headed for Memphis TN and by the time we reach the Springhill Suites in Memphis TN we need a beer and some R&R. Today we drove through Illinois/Missouri/Arkansas & into Tennessee. Good day!
The main reason we headed to Memphis was to go to Graceland, home of the one and only Elvis Presley!
Graceland was one of the best days we've had on the trip. Troy made us get up a ridiculous o'clock to get to Graceland. I did some research and discovered that if you rock up to Graceland between 7.30 and 8.30am any day of the week they will let you into the grounds of Graceland for free to visit Elvis and his family's ...
... to a band called Sonny Mac and the Mac 3's. Sonny is small of stature but big on performance. It's good rocking blues, and he and Max connect, as Max seems to do with a number of these blues men. Next thing Max is up playing with them, both on keys and then on guitar. It's so cool watching this tall skinny white boy from some far off land raise a smile from real blues musos. There is also ...
... where Martin Luther King was assassinated, and got a feel for the city's famous Beale Street. By far the coolest experience I had when toodling around downtown was stumbling across the annual World Championship BBQ Competition taking place along the Mississippi, a competition often aired on food networks. To access the actual booths, I had to dodge passed a security guard when he wasn't looking because tickets were required. As I was eyeing the 10 or so large ...