Hampton Inn Greenwood
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... a dirt track in the middle of cotton fields with lovely large trees and a couple of farm houses close by. A Jute Joint is Juke joint (or jook joint) is the vernacular term for an informal establishment featuring music, dancing, gambling, and drinking, primarily operated by African American people in the southeastern United States. The term "juke" ...
... coffee and then the friendly wait staff bought a jug of warmed frothy milk. This was our first meal that came with potato crisps (expecting many more to come). The water for our table came in a beautiful Depression glass pitcher and the guys’ water glasses were very large glass goblets with fake floral etchings. The bakery delicacies included cowboy cookies, jailhouse cinnamon rolls, jalapeno, sausage and cheese kolache. Salad ...
... was turned my one instinct - RUN!! I waited outside the metro station and saw that the others were in a taxi queue. We had missed the only bus that could take us back to the campsite, so taxi it was! My next move was not a wise one, but would have made for a teat adventure! Me and the 2 guys could not fit in the taxi and therefore had to wait for the next. After a 10 minute wait (ok, more like 2 minutes HA!), we were too impatient and decided ...
... left her blind in her left eye and with kidney damage. The following year, she became one of the founders of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in opposition to the all-white delegation to the Democratic Convention in Atlantic City. Despite demanding to be sat as the official delegates to the convention, the efforts of Hamer and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party did succeed in reaching agreement that in ...
No trip to the Delta would be the same without a stop in Indianaola, MS at the B.B. King Museum & Delta Interpretive Center. The Museum/Center was opened in 2008 as a tribute to Riley B. B. King, possibly the best spokesperson the Delta Blues could have had.
B.B. King was born Riley B. King in 1925 near Itta Bina, MS. In his youth, King played ...