La Quinta Inn & Suites Meridian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We had our last breakfast at the B&B. Then we headed down the road to Tupelo, but first we made. stop in Holly Springs to see Graceland Too, but when we arrived, it was closed. In the same town was the Ida B Wells Museum, so we stopped there insatead. She was an educator, newspaper owner/writer and was on the black heritage stamp for 1990. We then got back on the trail to Tupelo. We stopped at ...
... the Birmingham Temple that we had planned to stop and see on the way.
We arrived in Meridian, only a little behind schedule, to find we were about to experience real Mississippi mud in all its thick, gooey, sucking glory. It's amazing what one hour of heavy rain can produce down here. Through the mud, we managed to get the camper settled ...
... br> On Monday the family said goodbye to John, Maggie & Chance at the airport where they were heading back to Boston, MA.. It was especially hard for the grandmothers. Chance and Maggie had been in Meridian for 5 or 6 weeks. They agreed it would be great if John could find a job closer to ...
... husband), John & Chance, and Jo (Cheri's sister)
Then Bob fixed Blintzes for us for breakfast on Saturday morning.. They were SOOOO amazing.
And yes - with all this food we've probably gained 10 pounds.
We will be going to church with Mother and Bob tomorrow. On Monday we will be heading up to the Creation Museum in northern Kentucky. ...
... cockroaches on the stairs, a hot and humid night. Well thats exactly what it was! it was amazing! and actually pretty nice inside the room. I actually had a great nights sleep! and fullfilled a silly but meaningful ambition! hahaha!
Still doesnt quiet compare to my "rocky" moment in Philadelphia! but still pretty good!
So onwards to New Orleans, city of jazz, blues, gumbo and bourbon street..............