Holiday Inn Express Greenwood
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... s a faded mural of the big moment. Lastly we arrived.at the legendary crossroads where Robert Johnson allegedly sold his soul to the devil in exchange for mastery of his instrument and it was well...a crossroads. But we got photos. 00.56 We were in the hotel, bemoaning the fact that nothing seemed to be going on in Clarksdale and agreed to go to a bar for what would be a swift drink. The bar was Reds, and we went with Rachel our designated driver. The place was a ...
... stop was at our motel for the evening, the Hampton Inn in Greenwood. Tomorrow we hit Memphis. Since it was so early, we got directions to the Mississippi Delta Museum which turned out to be right across the Highway. This local museum was ok, told the history of the region, has copious examples of early indian pottery, arrowheads, etc. Had a wildlife exhibit, local art work, and history of what was happening in the area during the Civil War ...
... We got to the front and realised why flood warnings had been issued the heavens had well and truly opened! We run out to the taxi open the boot for someone else's case to fall out finally got in a taxi looking like positively wet rats. The taxi driver was MENTAL you couldn't see a single thing out of the window and he was weaving traffic like shumakker post accident!!! (i know i spelt it wrong cant be bothered to google it) We ...
... to figure out how to deal with that before we get to the desert! We crossed into Mississippi. There's hardly any traffic along hwy 82, just straight flat highway. We pulled into Greenwood, Mississippi around 3:30 local time and relaxed for awhile, then out to dinner. We picked up a few groceries for tomorrow and then called it a day.
We made good time today and have more driving tomorrow.
... What that means is no commercial developments, an occasional scenic turnout, infrequent picnic areas and campgrounds and miles of forested road. The route runs along the historical path and every now and then you can access it for hiking, biking or horseback riding. At this time of year the Natchez Trace Parkway is deserted and the lack of traffic, it’s meandering course and 45 mile an hour speed limit made for a ...