Econo Lodge Tupelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Impromptu picnic at the Natchez Trace Parkway Chickasaw Village. We had to eat and this place looks pretty cool! Our feast of cheese and pepperoni and triscuits is just right for a hot day like this. Soon enough we will be relaxing with cousins in ...
... which closely followed the old Trace along its entire length, known as the Natchez Trace Parkway. Commercial vehicles are excluded so its main use is for people wanting to enjoy the National Park, but makes a nice way to travel, and we joined just after Tupelo. We made a couple of stops on the way the longest being at the Tishimingo State Park, which is a large forest park with some basic camping and log cabins, and ...
... streets of a strange US City at night I always find quite unnerving and tonight was no different.
... the Tennessee River, which is huge, and Laura pulled off at a place called Colbert’s Ferry for us to eat our lunch. I think in the height of summer, this is a very popular spot, as there are a number of boat launch areas, and tonnes of picnic tables. However, when we got there it was totally deserted; the only other person we could see at all was an elderly park ranger who was painting lines on the car park floor. We parked up by the edge of the river, and ...
... literally on the wrong side of the tracks. Now East Tupelo is part of greater Tupelo but when Elvis was a boy this poorer part of town was a few cotton fields from downtown.An official Mississippi landmark, the birthplace is a surprisingly busy place with buses of Elvis fans from around the world pulling up all the time. ...