Days Inn Grenada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so I could sponge off their free Wi-Fi, to check out Graceland, home of Elvis, and to just generally be tourists. Not only was the Wi-Fi free at McDonalds, but so was the entertainment. In the parking lot was a van pulling a storage trailer. The trailer door was open and the crews work out equipment unpacked. First there were two scrawny guys pumping some serious iron and then there were ...
After an early breakfast (you could tell it was a Saturday because of all of the families at breakfast), we headed for a short ride to the Mississippi Petrified Forest. We got there just as it opened at 9:00. A cub scout troop was waiting for others to arrive, so we got to go through first with the trail all to ourselves. Unfortunately, being first means you hit all of the cobwebs that others would've cleared for you. I waved the program in ...
... beautiful standing in a park looking out on the huge skyscrapers around quick ice cream stop and we headed for the empire state and the 911 memorial which were a little bit touristy for me but it is something you have to do being a tourist in new york, selling 911 merchandise seriously ??! We was meeting the tour group at 7 in a hostel abit away from the city centre, we checked in our room my first time in a hostel i walked in ...
... 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.
After begneits and coffee at Café Du Monde, we unhooked the umbilical cord(s) from the French Quarter RV Park and backtracked through Baton Rouge north to Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez is the beginning of the ancient Natchez Trace Parkway. The Natchez Trace (trail) has been used since prehistory as a trading route from Natchez north to Nashville.
The National Park Service maintains the Parkway as a scenic drive for ...