Days Inn Meridian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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 ...
... facility. The cleanest mechanics' shop you will ever see - also the largest fans in the ceiling.
Meridian has artistically created carousel horses that were commissioned by businesses to help raise funds for the Hope Village Children's Home. A couple of examples are here. There are ...
We arrived at Betty & Bob Dawkins home on 7/11/2012 in the evening and enjoyed country fried steak, rice & gravy and black eyed peas. Betty is Barry's mother and Bob is his brother. They are both great cooks, but Bob shared his gift with us that evening. On top of that we had homemade chocolate cake with ice cream in the middle, topped with hot ...
... hey Sara, do you fancy coming to new orleans with me tomorrow" me "yeah ok then!, so long as we can come back to Nashville" so that was that, road trip planned! bed at 4am up at 10am and hit the road. Our first stop was in Meridian, Mississippi to pop in on a lovely lady that Steve met on the plane coming over here from the UK. Random yes! great evening yes! Norma welcomed me into her home, a stranger in her eyes, ...