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 …
... many years ago and we'd thanked her for her service; she currently has 14 dogs and loves animals; she feeds the stray cats that wander into the rest area (of course we shared a common bond there). We decided rather than trying to make it to Little Rock, we'd settle for Tupelo and pulled it…ate dinner at Outback Steak and then layed our heads at the Courtyard. Oh, and because of the rain, didn't see all those stars. Tomorrow's another day ...
... rural Alabama was almost non existent. All the cars in the State seemed to be parked at the xyz Baptist Church. Stops for gas or directions were graced with some of the most friendly strangers I have experienced in my travels. Scenery was great with more rolling hills than I expected. Many grand old homes and very spacious ranches & farms ...
... what's going on so you can look at them and feel like you're there.
Somewhere along the way they spotted lots of Osprey nests and this picture is a good one of the bird coming down to the nest.
The last lock of the day was the big dam Whitten lock which raised Perla 84 ...
... temps so it might be kind of miserable. Joe said he's going to shave when he gets the chance. I showed our grandson, Rex, a picture of JoJo today and Rex said, "What happened to him!? Is he old now?". :)
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet