Hampton Inn and Suites Jackson Coliseum
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Today and tomorrow are basically road days. Left Monticello, IL (just outside of Champaign) and headed due south on I-57/I-55 for 8.5 hours and finally arrived here in Jackson MS. Will hit the road early tomorrow to get to Houston (our first major stop). We plan on visiting the USS Texas (the oldest of the "modern" battleships) and visit the …
We set out in foot for the 2 mile journey into town, seeing some of the real New Orleans - very poor, very run down and certainly very unfriendly to pedestrians! Had some drinks in the French Quarter, including a very nice microbrew and the classic 'hurricane' slushie. Caught a late dinner of the classic catfish po boy (essentially a sub) and then hit the clubs for some music. We managed to catch some surf rock, blues, and ...
Well, not much we could have done about the tornado and water-spout in the area I think....kiss the bikes good bye I guess!
So, not daunted by Cliff's choice of Cabernet Sauvignon for dinner - I decided to see what else they had..... (if you've seen Sideways you'll know why wine can be a fickle thing and I wasn't ready to settle for a Cab Sauv.....or a Merlot for that matter....the Calzone should have been ...
... te eten zijn. Het goede nieuws is dat je er zoveel van mag eten als je wilt'.
Het eten is dus een culinair dieptepunt, maar goed, je kunt niet alles hebben. Als troost gaan we naar de naastgelegen 'frozen yoghurt'-zaak, waar we ons tegoed doen aan een flinke bak calorieŽn, mede om de smaak van het Chinese buffet weg te krijgen.
... facing out and a huge propeller out the back! We set off on the tour around the swamps, the tour guide explained that the swamp is unique because it's one of the least-altered river swamps in the country. It's
pretty much in its original condition, almost a pristine wilderness. The tour would take us into
the 250-square-mile Honey Island Swamp. Nearly 70,000 acres of it is a
permanently-protected wildlife area--the Nature Conservancy's First Louisiana
Nature Preserve. ...