Hilton Garden Inn Tupelo
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Travel Blogs from Tupelo
... cool hearing other SEC schools rooting for us. I’m not so sure that would have happened in the Big 12.
After eating they gave us a tour of the town square, took fun pictures, and topped it off with frozen yogurt. Thanks so much Midge and Keith for showing us around!
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 ...
... during peak seasons. Most of the time we went miles before seeing other human life. There were many stops along the way so I'll only provide highlights.
Cypress Swamp (mile 122) - a trail around the swamp. Water so still you could see the reflections of the trees as if the swamp was a mirror.
Old Trace (mile 198) - remnants of the trace showing how narrow and isolated the trail could be. Imagine traveling ...
... to go for it. Fortunately we had stopped in a rest stop area,, because the sun vanished, the winds began to howl and hail and rain poured down. It only lasted about 20 minutes, but as we continued many large trees were across the road. The National Park service was immediately out clearing, so we were able to ...
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