Holiday Inn Express Greenville

Address: 3090 82 East, Greenville, Mississippi, 38701, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 3090 82 East, Greenville.
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Travel Blogs from Greenville

B. B. King Museum

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 24, 2015

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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 ...

Chinese in the Delta

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 23, 2015

4 photos

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Greenville's Chinese Cemeteries (from previous NEH participant) TR90

Mississippi History Now. Chinese in Mississippi: An Ethnic People in a Biracial Society ticles/86/mississippi-chinese-an-ethnic ...

The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 22, 2015

5 photos

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By contrast, the 1993 flood on the Upper Mississippi:

  • 50 flood related deaths
  • $15 billion in damages (but consider all those multi-million $ mansions on the river and the growth of cities like St. Louis since 1927)
  • 10,000s were evacuated
  • 10,000+ homes were lost
  • 150 + tributaries of the Mighty Mississippi caused flooding in North Dakota, ...

I'm never coming home

A travel blog entry by jpshoop on Nov 18, 2014

3 comments, 61 photos

... still living just fine until the war came down towards Natchez. The union troops burned all of their plantations. All the furniture and furnishings for the house that were already ordered had to be stopped. They had no more money. The workers who were left had dropped their tools and went home. The house ...

It's the Blues Man

A travel blog entry by muggeragem on Sep 18, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... it was worth it.
The museum was more of photographs and biography's although there were costumes and instruments to see. So if you were not interested in the lives of the Blues Artists there was little to be seen. Of course I loved it! read every bio, checked every picture, painting etc. There was a Muddy Waters Gallery complete with a modern ...