Holiday Inn Express Greenville
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... rectangular in shape, you walk in and the bar is on your right. Behind the bar is a chest freezer where Red rummages for whatever bottles of beer he can find at $3 a pop. Chairs of indifferent quality, assembly chairs in a 1970s comp basically, are arranged around a space where a band play. The band do not look great, Big A the guitarist/singer sports a red gangbanger head scarf, trainers, red jeans; a bit like he's working for Avon in the Wire. The bass guy,Harvey, ...
... by Bonnie Raitt, Kieth Richards to name a few). Now with the museum having 'copyright' photographs and artwark there was no picture taking in the museum. Sigh...
The rest of the day was spent in a relaxed manner riding down route #1. As it was so hot! I reached a town with motels around 4:30 a.nd ran into the room switching on the air conditioner full blast
... as we get further south.
We took the Monorail across to Mud Island and looked at the river park first before the rains came.
They have created a scale model of the length of the Mississippi and its tributaries right down to the Gulf ...
... and in my father's career. They pulled through it and decided to go to Atlanta the next year where my dad enrolled for a masters degree in sociology and religion.
My dad served three churches, each with a distinct personality. The first of these was Mt. Olivet in Bentonia. We entered the address I had looked up into our GPS, which guided us to an extremely poor, rural area. When we passed the GPS destination point and found nothing but woods, I suggested we go back about ...
... it is dark—very dark. The streets are not lit up. There are few other cars to follow or to light up the road. And there are no towns or houses we're passing. It is just dark, and straight.
And because of the levees, you don't even see the river.
In fact, now that I write this, I realize it is a bit like driving a ship across the ocean. Except without the autopilot.