Baymont Inn and Suites Tupelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a short trip between the schools but discovered that Mississippi doesn't have too many interstates between towns so we had a slow (but picturesque) drive to Oxford, Mississippi. After we visited Ole Miss we had a reunion with our good friends, Midge and Keith Havins who we haven’t seen ...
When we heard about the tornado in Tupelo a few weeks ago, I had called the hotel to see if they were open, and they said they were. But just barely! We were astonished as we arrived there - the tornado destruction was only a few blocks away. Terrible ...
... Trace Parkway follows the "Old Trace" which was a game trail and route used for centuries by Native Americans and after by Europeans who came to explore and trade in the area. It has a lot of history and significance, particularly to the four Native American groups who lived in the vicinity, and who were eventually moved to Oklahoma; the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee and Creek. We managed to pick up a National Park Service map of the Trace, and could see hundreds ...
... safe in their new world. What did we find in our 15 minute drive? Lots of empty lots and some new construction in the works. We could see where new houses were built and occupied. We saw people, vehicles, schools and life.
Lake Pontchartrain, a large estuary north of the city, was created over 2,600 years ago as the Mississippi River Delta formed its shorelines. We crossed using the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, an almost ...
... sight to see if you've never witnessed; with nowhere to sit); thankfully the worst of the weather had passed and we only experienced rain showers. We crossed into Mississippi and then pulled off at a rest stop to take off the rain gear. There we met a lovely park ranger who was full of knowledge…first told us that it's common practice for police to escort college teams to events (and they get into the games free); she'd served in ...