Comfort Inn of Oxford

Address: 1808 Jackson Avenue West, Oxford, Mississippi, 38655, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1808 Jackson Avenue West, Oxford, is near University of Mississippi and Rowan Oak.
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    Rockin' the Hill Country

    A travel blog entry by traveljill on Oct 03, 2013

    5 photos

    Out for a day today to Mississippi's Hill Country. We stop by the ruins of an old Juke Joint and enjoy the most amazing Southern lunch plate at Annie's and a bit of town sightseeing in Holly Springs. This part of Mississippi looks very different and indeed hilly.

    This is the point in the tour, right about when we pull over at a gas station mini mart in Chulahoma, MS that our group ...

    In the middle of nowhere!

    A travel blog entry by sara.tari on Jul 13, 2012

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... though they live outside all the time, in the goat fields, they are both very friendly and LOVE cuddles! freya and flo! flo was my favourite! she was in with all the female goats, who are also pretty cool! just watch those horns when they are surrounding you, because you have a big bag of minerals in your arms, and you just cant get that bag open quick enough! anyway, back to Flo! she is a beautiful dog! not sure what kind, but she wouldnt eat her dinner until ...

    Where Ole Miss resides

    A travel blog entry by lanza_romanza on Apr 21, 2011

    1 photo

    ... in the 1960s. Founded in 1844, Ole Miss opened it's doors to 80 white, male students. Thirty-eight years later in 1882, the university admitted it's first female student, though the campus was still strictly off limits to African-Americans.

    Desegregation came in 1962 as James Meredith, an African-American, had his application for enrollment rejected in 1961. Meredith filed a lawsuit which he subsequently won. Attempting to enter the campus in ...

    Funny seeing you here!

    A travel blog entry by funkinthetrunk on Jun 19, 2009

    4 photos

    Yesterday we made it to Mississippi where Brandon's brother, Chris, is doing his Summer internship. It was an interesting journey. Before getting into Mississippi we had to go through Alabama. Now I already have a pretty preconceived idea of people in the South. Not that everyone who lives there is a hick. It just seems that they have there fair share of ...

    Back at the Two Stick

    A travel blog entry by johnsinclair on Feb 01, 2007

    ... pm Vito Laterza, host of the Who Do You Think You Are Show on Cambridge Radio, joined me again at the Butlins Holiday Camp near Minehead in southern England for the All Tomorrow's Parties festival curated by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth. We're here as Thurston's guests and our Joint Production today, on the 35th anniversary of the John Sinclair Freedom Rally in Ann Arbor, Michigan, emanates from Thurston and Kim Gordon's "chalet" on the Butlins ...