Americas Best Value Inn - Brookhaven
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... almost caused us to pull over. We continued south on US 65 through Arkansas, passing extensive farm fields of cotton, corn and soy beans. Continuing south on US 65 we crossed into Louisiana, then east on I-20 over the Mississippi river and into Vicksburg Mississippi. We stopped for the night at “Ameristar Casino RV Park”, where we have stayed ...
The girls had a hearty Embassy breakfast before we packed the car and drove to the Rice campus. On the way we found my old apartment building on Westheimer, Avalon Square. The whole area has been built up with high ride condo building and high end shops and restaurants, and a Whole Foods just a few blocks away now. We parked on campus and walked around the music building. I thought I would be more flooded by emotions, and it was really neat to be there, but it ...
... in a suburb just north of Jackson, enjoying some of Dan's frequent flyer points! The hotel is very nice, and seems to be very recently built. We walked to a nearby shopping area and ate at a restaurant called "Newk's." We shared a half salad and a 10" thin crust pizza. It was very good. For those of you who like to frequent Druid Hills, their website states they have a restaurant there, now.
Tomorrow, we head for Birmingham...
... 1940 and by then Robert had already been murdered in Three Forks Mississippi. Famed musician and prolific songwriter Willie Dixon was born in Vicksburg 1915. He played The Blue Room all right, alongside notables like Dinah Washington, Ray Charles, Louis Armstrong, even BB King. When Willie was just 21 he caught the Illinois Central Railroad out of Hazelhurst, all the way to Chicago, taking with him his love of black music and his passion to contribute to ...
... first. Well not sure if it's a glorified garage sale or supposed to be serious! Lots of junk lol
The museum we did go into was about the lower Mississippi and how it has changed over the years. Very interesting. Interactive displays for all to push and learn from.
Next museum just down the road was dedicated to the siege of Vicksburg. We were shown an informative 30 min film about what occurred in those days before the Southern ...