Holiday Inn Express New Albany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... years. They haven’t changed a bit! First we met them at a sports bar. It just so happened A&M baseball was playing Rice. We were still in our Aggie gear so it was a little awkward because we were surrounded by MS fans but every time the Aggies scored the patrons in the bar cheered. It ...
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 ...
... in Confederate hands, Albert Sidney Johnston, a close friend of Jefferson Davis and the man thought to be the South’s leading general, poured thousands of troops by rail into Corinth in the spring of 1862. Advancing northward to destroy Halleck’s army in detail, Johnston then began a great, bloody battle at Shiloh Church, Tennessee on April 6. Following the Confederate retreat from Shiloh, Halleck’s army of 120,000 men besieged General P. G. T. ...
... give me the $75 bucks we agreed on, past that, there's nothing you can do.” So he say OK, let me talk to my grandma, I will get you your money.
He goes in the house and I'm thinking now he's going to try to weasel the money out of these people who clearly don't have it to spare and a few minutes later he comes out
with grandma in tow and tells me they are going to the bank and will be back shortly. I get in my truck and start consulting my maps and I have a cigarette. ...
... In 1934 Congress ordered the National Park Service to investigate the construction of a roadway to preserve and showcase the historic Old Trace. Construction of the Parkway began in 1938. Because of budget shortfalls, the Parkway's last remaining gaps were not completed until May 21, 2005. Today, the Parkway is owned and operated by the National Park Service. With a length of 444 miles the park averages only 800 feet in width. There is no ...