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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Suites Tupelo
Great room and a wonderful managers reception in the lobby. Great restaurants within walking distance.
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... at all. It feels almost as if the road is dead straight - hardly many bends of any note worth speaking about, but the feeling of being out in the woods away from traffic is just fantastic.
Cypress swamp has a nature trail along which one can go walking - and we did. Ever hopeful we could spot a 'gator. Probably the water a little too low for there to be any 'gators but then again, there could ...
Wednesday 20th May
All packed and on the way to Birmingham Alabama via Tupelo Mississippi, it was trying to rain all day and we got caught in a few showers but nothing to heavy which is just as well as it ...
Once on the parkway, we had an enjoyable ride. The parkway is beautiful. It moves from wet, swampy regions through prairie-like farm land to wooded forests.
Interesting note: We traveled for about 5 miles through an area where the trees were broken off at the top with low vegetation growing up. The road was labeled as an area that had been hit by a tornado in 2011.
We stopped at several roadside areas along the ...
... a fully navigable trade route. Over time, stands (or small inns & trading posts) popped up to feed and provide shelter for the traders, outlaws and travelers. It would have been way out of our way to start in Natchez so we picked up the parkway around mile 90, right after filling up on a Southern specialty - pimento cheese sandwich - at 303 Jefferson in Clinton, MS.
The parkway has a speed limit of 50 mph which ...
... 1956 and 1957. The land has mostly been developed into municipal offices. There's a newly unveiled Elvis homecoming statue, featuring a larger than life Elvis holding his mike, youthful and energetic as he appeared in front of his hometown crowd over fifty years ago.
- Tupelo Hardware, where Elvis' mom bought him first ...