Of couse I loved to visit my fave man's house Graceland in Memphis, TN (even though I am not a fan of the city of Memphis however). I spent 4 hours visiting Graceland, touring all of the exhibits (the jets, army, etc..) and then toured Sun Studio as well in Memphis where Johnny Cash, Elvis, and so many others recorded
The Hernando de Soto Bridge is a through arch bridge carrying Interstate 40 across the Mississippi River between West Memphis, Arkansas and Memphis, Tennessee. The bridge is named for 16th century Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto who explored this stretch of the Mississippi River, and died south of Memphis. At night, the bridge is illuminated by 200 sodium vapor lights along its "M" shape structure.
The Egypt (Sphinx) Gallery at the Penn Museum houses one of the finest collections of Egyptian architecture on display in the United States. A monumental granite sphinx dominates the gallery. Surrounding it are the gateway, columns, doorways and windows from the best preserved royal palace ever excavated in Egypt. The palace was built for the New Kingdom pharaoh Merenptah (r. 1213-1204 BCE) at the city of Memphis in Lower Egypt.
OMG....February 26, 1976 in the jungle room. My dad, who was a city of Memphis cop (now retired) took this picture for a Memphis reserve captain's badge for Elvis. He has never received credit for it. I remember it like it was yesterday.