Americas Best Value Inn Tunica Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the 1700's. Giant oak trees with Spanish moss. There was a section where Confederate soldiers were buried.
We continued the back highways to Tupelo, Ms. birthplace of Elvis. Beautiful area. Checked out his home and church. Took a pic of the statue, Elvis at 13 and the family car that they drove to Memphis where he became the King.
About 7 p.m. We arrived at the Horseshoe Casino in Tunica, Ms. Three nights here. Heading to Memphis tomorrow which is about 25 minutes ...
... fixed after so many years of neglect, but it is a pain to have to live through the construction. At Nashville we moved over to I 40 ( and it's construction ) for the last leg down. We stayed on I 40 until Exit 108 (Parker's Crossroads ) where we took Tn 22 south to 100, then 18 and 7 to Mississippi and home, arriving at about 530 pm. Noticed weather building over Memphis but were lucky enough to miss it. A really good day of riding with a days ...
... for Nashville, the home of country music but not before getting a chance to see the Lorraine Motel, now the national civil rights museum on the way out. It’s famous for the location of the assassination of Martin Luther King jr as he addressed the crowd from the balcony of the motel. We didn’t have time for the museum but the location itself was good to see, awful to learn about. Nashville bound! ...
... patriotic veterans groups, show horses, and decorated floats. During the last weekend of October, thousands attend the Arkansas Bean Fest and Great Championship Outhouse Races. Nearly one ton of pinto beans are cooked in large, antique iron kettles that are set up along the west side of the courthouse square. Promptly at noon, a nearly endless amount of free beans and cornbread are served to the gathered crowd. It makes the campfire scene from "Blazing Saddles" seem like a cool ...
Sadly it wasn't a real late night. A mighty storm blew through and I thought we were all going to get washed into the Big Muddy. It chased most of the revellers on the streets away, and our friends thought they had better head home to Nashville before anything worse came our way. It wasn't a late night, but thanks to great music, great food and great company, it was a great night