Coolidge-Peterson House Bed and Breakfast

Address: 820 Perry St., Helena, Arkansas, 72342, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 820 Perry St., Helena, is near Delta Cultural Center and Storm Creek Lake.
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Travel Blogs from Helena

To Clarksdale, Miss.

A travel blog entry by stevechristine on Apr 10, 2015

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Left Memphis via the Stax studio, birthplace of soul music. Knew we were in for treat when the sound system in their car park was playing Marvin Gaye when we arrived.

Drove south on the Blues Highway, route 61, to Clarksdale,Mississippi. We're in the heart of cotton country, in the Mississippi delta, flat land ...

Clarksdale

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 15, 2014

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... English, he mellowed slightly and showed us photos of Robert Plant who frequents the joint when he's in town. I made several trips to his unorthodox bar and for a nine dollar round gave him ten dollars and said keep the change. Eventually, after three such transactions, he snapped, barking "You Mr one dollar, treatin me like a one dollar *****." I hastily bunged a few more dollars in his plastic jug,the till. I could not tell if he was serious . I got my ...

All the best that Clarksdale has to offer

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 09, 2014

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... very very good. The band is made up of a female violinist, a drummer who plays his beat on a wooden box which doubles as his seat and the guitarist/ vocalist Joe. He's very good, but in our opinion, the star of the show was the electric fiddle who was professionally trained and is the first seat in the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra. She was captivating.

In the crowd are clearly a number of locals including the cafe owner from breakfast, the guy ...

On the Road Again!!

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 14, 2014

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... really didn't look in a safe area. I went into Greenwood and boy is it depressed!!! This is the America we don't see.

Up until 1940's the area was very prosperous and once voted top ten high streets in America. Mechanisation in farming seemed to end this 'slave' prosperity and many black Americans moved away to find jobs. Many stayed, but the jobs weren't there. Actually reminded me of New Cumnock on a wet afternoon, no offence to New Cumnock.

Onward I ventured along ...

Mmmm.... Biscuits

A travel blog entry by traveljill on Oct 12, 2013

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... We stopped by the Delta Cultural Center and did a group brunch at Granny D's before staking out our favorite spots and meandering.

I love both the town of Helena and this festival. It's very free-form with music on many stages and all sorts of vendors in the streets which are lined with adorable historic buildings. You can walk to the river and still feel the festival nearby. There's good food, cute stuff to buy, lots of possible wandering to ...

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