Holiday Inn Express & Suites Tupelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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One ambition for our visit was to dip into the Blues culture here. The real thing would be a night in a genuine Blues Juke Joint, but that was probably a step too far for us. The next best was to find our way to the "Ground Zero Blues Club". The challenge was that it is located in old derelict industrial buildings close to the railway, on the …
... Bison, but then adopted by the native Americans who used it to travel between major rivers, and then on into the 19th Century when it became a major route for Wagons and people on horses for trade and communication. Along it's route are ancient burial mounds and a wide variety of historical sites. It is all now protected by the U.S. National Parks organisation. In the Middle of the last century it was decided to build ...
I arrived in Tupelo the night of May 15th and stayed overnight, making my way into town the next morning to see the smallest preserved battlefield of the Civil War: less than an acre in the middle of the town with a couple of graves, a couple of informational placards, a monument, and a couple of cannons. But it was enough that I was able to learn a lot about the battle, even if it was basically impossible to visualize the terrain with roads and buildings all across the old ...
Left at 8:20am from Bentoville. Our journey today was pretty uneventful except for a traffic delay of about 40 minutes between Little Rock and Memphis due to a wreck. Memphis was a bit gnarly but made it through fine. May avoid Memphis coming home. The highway between Memphis and Tupelo was pretty nice and not overly crowded. As we were driving along, we got a phone call from the state park ...
... It was built in the 1700's and was used to the late 1800’s as a north south route for migration, trade and mail. Today it is a beautiful road that is extremely well maintained and very clean with lots of grass between the plentiful trees. This road runs north east and goes right past small towns and major cities but you NEVER see anything but trees and grass and the occasional cross roads. There ...