BEST WESTERN Greenwood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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- 9.20 am start after a very warm evening
- State highway 49 north to Betonia, via the Petrified Forest of Madison County, Mississippi and the very helpful proprietor Mr Chuck Wood aka Mr Rocky Forest, or aka Petrified Pete.
- Critter list:
- Moth < li>Stuffed bobcat
Visited the Holy Moly Drug Store at 301 Issaquena Avenue, Clarksdale. Proprietors Carla Maxwell and Adrian Kosky greeted us with a very warm welcome. Adrian is an Aussie with businesses in Daylesford and Trentham (he built the beautiful brick wall dotted with power conductors, and other amazing items repurposed as art Red Beard Cafe). ...
... walked straight past the White House and started taking pictures of the museum opposite. WTF - they say the films sensationalise the White House, but really!? It should have stated 'binoculars' in the camping essentials list. After being completely underwhelmed, most of the r group went to explore the museum district and myself and 2 others hired a bike and rode around the city monuments. I would strongly recommend doing this! Washington is flat ...
... the owner of the plantation where she lived and worked demanded she withdraw her registration to vote—which she refused to do. She was forced to leave the plantation. According to The New York Times, she said "They kicked me off the plantation, they set me free. It's the best thing that could happen. Now I can work for my people."
In June of 1963, she was brutally beat in jail in Winona, MS. ...
... King himself on a return trip to his hometown. From there the initial gallery traces King’s life in the Delta as a sharecropper and tractor driver. This is followed by a look at the 1940s and 1950s in Memphis where King got a break on WDIA when he wrote a jingle for a product. Next, visitors learn about his move from Artist to Icon—the ...