Americas Best Value Inn - Crossett

Address: 1400 Florida Street, Crossett, Arkansas, 71635, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 1400 Florida Street, Crossett.
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Travel Blogs from Crossett

Homage to B. B. King

A travel blog entry by tonyjtgilbert on Jun 05, 2015

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... his way to Memphis and ultimate success, becoming to the Blues what Louis Armstrong was to Jazz. After two or three hours in the museum we had a beer (well I did) in the Blue Biscuit bar across the road from the museum. There is not much else to say about Indianola, so we set off for our next stop on the Blues Highway, Clarkesdale, Mississippi. Arrived around 2 pm, and we again took the best hotel in town, but this time the Hampton by Hilton lived up to the title ...

Heart of the Civil War

A travel blog entry by tonyjtgilbert on Jun 04, 2015

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We both succumbed to a stack of French Toast with Maple Syrup and Strawberries for Breakfast, but let's not dwell on it. Drove to the nearby Vicksburg National Military Park. This is a 16 mile drive around all the positions, trenches and camps of the Union and Confederate troops during the siege of Vicksburg, when the Confederates held out for 10 weeks against overwhelming Union forces in 1863, desperate to prevent the Union getting control of the Mississippi (which they ultimately ...

Day 17 - Vickbury

A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on May 07, 2015

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... of the earlier path showed it was not so hospitable back then. As the Trace became more frequented by travelers, Inns began to pop up along the route. Mount Locust Inn and Plantation was one such place. What started off as a home and plantation in 1780 was turned into a "stand" (a crude name for a inn) by 1785. Here travelers could find basic food and sleep on the porches or the grounds for a mere 25 cents.

Once we exit ...

Just cruising

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 30, 2015

... half way between Vicksburg and Helena, our next port of call) as the 'city' for today even though we don't stop there simply to show our progress up the river.

I received a message fro the Purser's office this morning advising my credit card has not been accepted. When I let them know I was having trouble with my credit card and would pay the account in cash, I advised them ...

Battlefields

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 29, 2015

... walk around sections of it. It felt like a drive-through.

The National Cemetery within the Park is a misinterpretation of the word 'national' as only Union soldiers were allowed to be buried here. Two Confederate soldiers are buried in the cemetery but apparently that was a mistake.

Near the cemetery is an armoured river boat used by the Union army in the siege of Vicksburg. It's the real deal and not a replica. I ...