Tunica Casinos & Graceland
Many thanks to Pat Ioannacci for sending me her pictures. The passengers always get lots of shots that I don't.
En route, we stopped at Cracker Barrel for lunch.
We then arrived at Sam's Town for the evening.
Day 2 began with a complimentary breakfast at Sam's Town before heading to Gold Strike for 4 hours of gaming and lunch at Gold Strike.
Our next stop was 4 hours at Resorts with a complimentary dinner buffet. Then back to Sam's Town for the evening.
The bus waiting area at Resorts. Some even did a little shopping at Resorts.
Day 3 we headed to Roadhouse for a bit more gaming and a complimentary breakfast buffet at Horseshoe.
Graceland.......here we come!
Arrival at Graceland.
In line to board the shuttle to take us across the street to Graceland.
The shuttle that took us to Graceland. The orange items in the steel cabinet are head sets for our narrated self-tour in the house and on the grounds.
You are greeted at the front door of Graceland before entering the house.
The formal living room.
Elvis' parents bedroom.
The formal dining room.
The Jungle Room.
The audio/recording room in the basement.
The pool room in the basement. Notice the matching pleated fabric on the walls and the ceiling.
His father's office.
The back of the house.
The trophy and costume building.
The family grave sites.
A memorial stone to his twin brother who died at birth.
His mother's site.
His father's site.
Elvis' grave site.
Some took a bit of time to have some ice cream in the ice cream parlor and just lounge around by the gift shops.
Waiting for everyone to get back to the bus at Graceland.
We made another stop at Harrah's for a bit more of gaming before heading back to Sam's Town for the evening. Feeding the fish and turtles under the bridge to Harrah's
Day 4: We had a complimentary breakfast at Sam's town while our luggage was being loaded onto the bus before heading home. Here we are getting closer and closer to home just at sunset.
Letting our food settle after dinner at Cracker Barrel.
Our last rest stop en route home.
Typical traffic on I-80/94 on a Friday night. Although it looked like we could be held up for quite a while, Paul breezed right through it with only maybe a 10 minute delay.