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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Kosciusko
Travel Blogs from Kosciusko
... at a very old campground called Pecan Grove -the pecan trees are pretty much dead, the sites are on grass and leave much to the meaning of level! But we do have a nice view of Chicot Lake! We visited Matt and Kim Melzer and went to Louie's for dinner with them. Then we tried our hand at gambling a t Harlow's - didn't win -lost $50.00 ...
... alive if you was wondering? Hoping out the taxi over 6inch of water running through the streets we was at our hotel. Up bright and early for the day ahead quick peep outside to see sunshine we set off around the city. We wondered aimlessly just in awe of everything around us and all i kept thinking is "i cant believe I'm here" after waiting so long for this trip it felt like it would never come! First stop central park which is ...
... and archaelogical spots kept interest alive. I filled up my spare tank with gas, so that I wouldn't have to exit ! When I did I was in shock -- not because it was Mississippi, but because it was the real world.
I spent the night inside the cocoon, at a rustic bed and breakfast at French Camp MS -- run as a money maker by a Christian school dedicated to helping kids from dysfunctional families. Somehow that fit.
... Natchez Trace is boring, I got spoiled by the Dragon and the Blue Ridge Parkway - WILD!! The Natchez Trace is a manicured pathway. A really smooth road with rolling hills, beautiful farms and planned forests. I only saw about seven actual roadside attractions and about 10 'nature' trails and I wasn't in the mood for walking in the woods today. So I rode and rode ...
Marc was able to drive until around 5:00am, he wanted to make it to Jackson, but I didn't want to and made him pull over when we saw the next off ramp with a motel.
30$ got us a decent room, with a mini fridge and a functioning air conditioner.
It had holes in the wall that people shoved paper towels into to avoid seeing the neighbours.
They let us ...