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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... the trailer parks. 16.45 We then drove through the God fearing Mississippi Delta to find nothing open for eating on a Sunday. Fortunately for us Church's chicken was open. We ordered a 10 piece box, highly battered huge hunks of bird were devoured. They tasted good at first but eventually made us feel ill Every loud underdressed Mississippi adolescent was also crammed into the joint incomprehensibly whooping and hollering. 17.05 We were driving down 49 when we ...
After an early breakfast (you could tell it was a Saturday because of all of the families at breakfast), we headed for a short ride to the Mississippi Petrified Forest. We got there just as it opened at 9:00. A cub scout troop was waiting for others to arrive, so we got to go through first with the trail all to ourselves. Unfortunately, being first means you hit all of the cobwebs that others would've cleared for you. I waved the program in ...
... we had bunk beds with no quilt and a shared bathroom but it was clean! Ed jumped on top "bagsy top" and we headed to the seating area to meet every1. We met our guide matt a nice american man and 11 other travellers we did the whole my names laura I'm from doncaster thing which i hate! Ed introduced hisself as my names ed and im Laura's boyfriend CALM DOWN TIGER i ain't your meat! We decided on an early night ready for the mornings ...
... to figure out how to deal with that before we get to the desert! We crossed into Mississippi. There's hardly any traffic along hwy 82, just straight flat highway. We pulled into Greenwood, Mississippi around 3:30 local time and relaxed for awhile, then out to dinner. We picked up a few groceries for tomorrow and then called it a day.
We made good time today and have more driving tomorrow.
... Archeologists theorize that they were used for the housing of chiefs and for religious ceremonial purposes. We walked to the top of Emerald Mound at another site and it put you right at the treetop level. So many similarities to ancient Hawaiian heeiaus or temple grounds, thousands of miles apart and the same design and use, made of dirt rather than lava rock. We stopped for the night at Natchez State Campground, ...