Quality Inn Tupelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tupelo
... of hiking trails through the woodlands and along rivers. We gave the Mosquitos a free lunch and explored the trails. Full of wildlife, in just a short time of walking we saw a Lizard with bright blue throat and belly and the tiniest Toad I have ever seen - I thought it was a grasshopper. Red and yellow birds flitting about too fast to photograph. After a simple Picnic we were on our way again to Nashville, arriving early ...
I arrived in Tupelo the night of May 15th and stayed overnight, making my way into town the next morning to see the smallest preserved battlefield of the Civil War: less than an acre in the middle of the town with a couple of graves, a couple of informational placards, a monument, and a couple of cannons. But it was enough that I was able to learn a lot about the battle, even if it was basically impossible to visualize the terrain with roads and buildings all across the old ...
... years. They haven’t changed a bit! First we met them at a sports bar. It just so happened A&M baseball was playing Rice. We were still in our Aggie gear so it was a little awkward because we were surrounded by MS fans but every time the Aggies scored the patrons in the bar cheered. It ...
... many years ago and we'd thanked her for her service; she currently has 14 dogs and loves animals; she feeds the stray cats that wander into the rest area (of course we shared a common bond there). We decided rather than trying to make it to Little Rock, we'd settle for Tupelo and pulled it…ate dinner at Outback Steak and then layed our heads at the Courtyard. Oh, and because of the rain, didn't see all those stars. Tomorrow's another day ...
... an outdoor play that I was going to attend with 2 ladies I met, Gerri and Mary, due to the weather. It was the story of Helen Keller actually at her home in Tuscumbia, Alabama.
Off we went to our next State Park – Tombigbee. Don’t you just love the names? A lot of the names on the Natchez Trace have North American Indian connections. Chilled there for a couple of days, just walking in the sunshine, finding sheltered areas to watch ...