Hilton Garden Inn Tupelo
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The Courtyard was sold out so we stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn. It was nice. If you have to go to Tupelo, I recommend it. If you going to be there on a Sunday, BYOB. Cause you can't buy it in town. Dining options are nonexistent. One place had a decent wine list, but then they brought out wine glasses that still had lipstick from the previous …
After a hearty breakfast (like we really needed it), today we started out at Mile Marker 1 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. The park ranger told us that it takes 3 days to see everything on the 444 mile parkway, so we had to pick and choose.
We stopped at the only remaining inn, a ...
When we heard about the tornado in Tupelo a few weeks ago, I had called the hotel to see if they were open, and they said they were. But just barely! We were astonished as we arrived there - the tornado destruction was only a few blocks away. Terrible ...
... sites to stop off and look at along the route of the road. Our first one was –prettily- called “Birdsong Hollow” and gave us a viewing area of the famous 'double-arch bridge’, which was pretty cool, but incredibly windy! Early on in the trip, we also stopped by a memorial to the War of 1812, an overlook of the Tennessee Valley divide, an old house and part of the Old Trace walk. We appeared to be leap frogging a couple in an ...
The time came for us to leave New Orleans and so we packed up, loaded the car and headed north out of the city.
But first, we needed to drive through the Ninth Ward. It felt wrong to be seeking out evidence of the destruction caused by Hurricane Katrina, 8 1/2 years ago, but it was now a part of the historical fabric of New Orleans. Maybe we wanted a reassurance that this won't happen again; that the people of New Orleans ...
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