Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Jackson - Flowood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in a suburb just north of Jackson, enjoying some of Dan's frequent flyer points! The hotel is very nice, and seems to be very recently built. We walked to a nearby shopping area and ate at a restaurant called "Newk's." We shared a half salad and a 10" thin crust pizza. It was very good. For those of you who like to frequent Druid Hills, their website states they have a restaurant there, now.
Tomorrow, we head for Birmingham...
... Native Americans (the Quapaw). Today, not much (ok, really nothing) is left. The site lost its significance when Little Rock was founded and the river changed its course. There were a couple of surprise wildlife sightings: an alligator in the bayou and an armadillo that wasn't road kill!! While we understand & appreciate the history of this site, it's a little frustrating to not have any reconstructed buildings or foundation remnants to ...
... pick it up Tuesday and ten drive northwest to Colorado. We will weave our way through the state, northward to Wyoming. Being native Mississippians, and it being mid July, we are looking to go to the cooler elevations... for two weeks.
I suggested the RV trip to the mountains and a cooler climate to take the place of going to Disney World in Florida this fall. Ethan is not yet 6 ...
... Olympics since the 1930s. While inside, the heavens opened up, I could hear it inside the building just like I can in the school library. It was just about over by the time we left. The next stop was the Eudora Welty House. Eudora was a prolific writer whose work, The Optimist's Daughter, earned her the Pulitzer Prize. We took the tour, first watching an overview movie (4th one today, mind you), and then entering ...
... was only available as a fountain drink. He wanted to sell this successful product to those in the country, so he invented how to bottle Coca Cola. We saw the process and other Coke memorabilia. Our next stop was Vicksburg National Military Park. We started at the Visitor's Center where we watched an electric map of the battles and the siege, then we watched a movie about Vicksburg. I bought the 1 hour ...