Greenville Days Inn

2701 US Highway 82 East, Greenville, Mississippi, 38701, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 2701 US Highway 82 East, Greenville, is near Mississippi Delta.
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Travel Blogs from Greenville

It's the Blues Man

A travel blog entry by muggeragem on Sep 18, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... by Bonnie Raitt, Kieth Richards to name a few). Now with the museum having 'copyright' photographs and artwark there was no picture taking in the museum. Sigh...
The rest of the day was spent in a relaxed manner riding down route #1. As it was so hot! I reached a town with motels around 4:30 a.nd ran into the room switching on the air conditioner full blast
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Greenville

A travel blog entry by theworgans on Aug 11, 2013

26 photos

... It is cast in concrete and water flows through it all. You step over it and through it and it is great fun and a great way to understand rivers. Along the way the streetmaps of larger towns are cast in bronze so we were able to show the girls all the places we were going ...

Em Eye Ess Ess Eye Ess Ess Eye Pea Pea Eye

A travel blog entry by pete11 on May 14, 2013

1 photo

... like he was sitting at home with a microphone and a couple newspapers (from the "liberal media") and just quietly sharing his decidedly less liberal thoughts in a soft, bedtime story sort of voice. Surreal. The only scheduled activity for the day was a scenic drive on the top of some levees near Greenville. Flooded forest on one side and fields and pastures and streams on the other. The various grazing cows and horses were ...

That's What I Like about the South

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Feb 18, 2013

5 comments, 20 photos

By Rebecca

We got a fairly early start from Greg's house and went north on Highway 49 toward Bentonia, MS, in search of Dad's churches in the Bentonia and Satartia area. My family moved to Satartia from Natchez in June of 1965, the year I turned 9, and we stayed there for one year. I can remember coming home from school many afternoons to find Mother and Daddy sitting at the kitchen table drinking coffee and talking. I found out later it was the roughest year in ...

Odds and Ends

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 04, 2012

... workers that often had their own stores and even their own currency. This planter class represented an almost unheard of extreme of wealth and power in American history--a class who built islands of white, ostentatious wealth in a sea of black poverty.

But that system is in the past, and the planter class is gone or invisible in the Delta, replaced by the big corporate farms. Is that much better? The planters were terrible, ...