Value Place Memphis, TN (Riverdale)
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... It really didn’t matter that we were late since they just fill up a bus and move on. We could have gotten on any time we wanted by the looks of it. As is common, when you reach a certain point in line, they take your picture against a Graceland background hoping to sell you the pictures later. What a waste.
The bus takes you directly across the street where Graceland is. In case you are wondering where the name came from, here is your ...
... tour set-up there is pretty well organized, with mini-busses taking visitors from the reception centre to the house, and then back to the exhibit areas. It is all fairly respectful, even with the half dozen assorted gift shops. The house itself was smaller than expected, about the same size as a Shaughnessy mansion, not palatial as expected.the main floor was the more formal dining room and living room, with a large kitchen which apparently ...
... of Australia must be. Ken is disappointed to learn that directions down under aren't given like "turn left at the mud hole and head on up to the third tree". He asks if it isn't all "Crocodile Dundee" kinda territory. Seems to find it hard to believe that Sydney is bigger than Memphis (actually a lot bigger- their population is 655,000, Sydney is over 4 and a half million). We have met a lot of Americans (and the Danish couple the other night as well) who are disappointed to ...
... queries, and updates. I love what Forrest said to her this morning - "Not many 9 years olds say they want to go to the Netherlands and then get to go. Maybe 10 year olds." Lily has the cutest nailpolish on. We all have backpacks. Meema's is heaviest - (camera, laptop, iPad, chargers, makeup bag ETC). We could all knock a small person down if we turned around and there they stood. Next stop Atlanta, with a rush to catch the plane to Amsterdam. See you ...
... Beale street and started walking up the street, but stopped at a shop
that was selling souvenirs, picked up a few things including an
umbrella. I left that shop and continued walking, but by now the rain
had developed into a storm, so i took shelter at a place called the
flying saucer. This was a bar, but it had a variety of beers, so i
had a few drinks with lunch, then by the time i had finished, the
rain had stopped enough that it was possible to leave. ...