Knights Inn Grenada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to relax and socialize following a hard week, particularly since they were barred from most white establishments by Jim Crow laws. Set up on the outskirts of town, often in ramshackle buildings or private houses, juke joints offered food, drink, dancing and gambling for weary workers. Owners made extra ...
- Stopped at the Blue Front Café at Betonia. More a bar than a café and our first real juke joint in original condition and the proprietor Jimmy "Duck" Holmes was on the phone the whole time we visited. Rick Stein visited here in his Taste of the Blues doco.
- Lunch at Rosie’s Downtown Bakery, Yazoo City. The guys’ coffees came in pretty tea cups and saucers. Neil’s request for a cappuccino came ...
... was turned my one instinct - RUN!! I waited outside the metro station and saw that the others were in a taxi queue. We had missed the only bus that could take us back to the campsite, so taxi it was! My next move was not a wise one, but would have made for a teat adventure! Me and the 2 guys could not fit in the taxi and therefore had to wait for the next. After a 10 minute wait (ok, more like 2 minutes HA!), we were too impatient and decided ...
... muscle guys still hanging around, a fat guy playing air guitar. ELVIS HAS LEFT THE BUILDING!
We had some good meals at places we've never heard of and enjoyed every tasty morsel. The area is just beautiful, green tree line as far as you can see. It's a small town with lots of mom and pop stuff, and, wait for it.........a Popeyes on every corner! I found my dream home - every time we ...
... then drove around Leland looking at the Highway 61 Project murals. We did not stop at the museum because our next stop was the B.B. King Museum in Indianola. The B.B. King Museum was very nicely done, dealing with the life of this music legend who is still touring in his late eighties. We saw several films, hear his music, read about his life and who influenced him, and who he has influenced. The museum even had some interactive stations. ...