Hampton Inn Blytheville
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An interesting start to our stay in Memphis, pulled over by an extremely large African American Policeman as we drove down a one way street the wrong way. Lights and siren blaring. He was very understanding and did not book us. We then stumbled across The Historic First Baptist Beale Choir performing their Christmas Concert. They invited us into their church, we were the ...
... concrete pads, 50 amp electricity and full hookups for $20 per night. Unfortunately, Missouri does not have non-smoking areas in their restaurants and casino, so we didn't partake. This gave Nancy time to cook supper and wash some clothes; … ah, life is ...
... un détour avec d'autres gros
engins, ça bouchonne car la nationale locale est impraticable à
cause des inondation (il y a donc bien eut de l'eau ici!), qu'à
cela ne tiennent nous trouverons un stand de fruits et légumes, achèterons tomates, pêches et melon à un brave monsieur qui nous
expliquera que trois jours avant l'eau est tellement tombée que le Mississippi à débordé et qu'une cru pareille n'avait pas eut lieu
depuis 1934, à tel point que le Mississippi à ...
... through five states: Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri. We can tell we are getting farther north - the hotels cost more and the pool here (outdoor) is already closed for the season. We drove through Memphis during rush hour, with construction and into the sun.....I do not recommend it. Tomorrow we will probably head north and toward the Illinois river; hopefully we can continue dodging the ...
... t float to the top when he is sloshing
about as we drive down the road.. What a happy camper he is becoming.
We are in heavily wooded and hilly country along with pockets of
farmland. Began seeing roadsides stands with "sweet corn" as
well as melons and tomatoes. It sure seems early for that sweet
Gas: $2.65 gal