Residence Inn Jackson Ridgeland
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... Timbuktu, Avienca, the different Muslim dynasties, etc. Next we drove over to the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame. Again, we watched a short film hosted by Robin Roberts (a Mississippian) and saw some names you would recognize, such as Brett Favre, Willye White, Walter Peyton, etc. There were many we didn't recognize, but had great careers in baseball, football, golf, tennis, etc. They also have had athletes in ...
We made it to Canton, Mississippii on Friday. Canton is a small town of about 30,000 but has one of the 2, Nissan plants in the USA. The plant is huge, it is one mile long and you can get tours during the week. It was a place we would have liked to see:((
Canton is also known for its Courthouse Square and historic homes leading it to attract the eye of Hollywood. It has been the location site ...
... apart from some nice architecture and a few green spaces within the city. Nonetheless, we explored the city for a few hours before retiring to our hotel which had a swimming pool and cable TV!!
A bit broken from New Orleans we spent the late afternoon in the pool, warmed up a couple of microwave meals and watched some dodgy American films.... just what the doctor ordered!!
The next day we left Jackson for Clarksdale, home of the Delta Blues!
... hand all was missing was the cumbyares. After a pretty rubbish sleep i had only ever been camping once before which we took double blow up mattress and 2 quilt covers and pillows we had no such luxuries here! Sleeping bag and small inflatable mattress is all we have, ed kindly donated his sleeping bag fleece to me but didn't quite kick the cold. Woke up to a very sunny day We headed off into Washington DC we arrived to a massive city with huge built up buildings i was completely ...
... I get to Port Gibson and find this small town has an massive old manufacturing plant here. Closed along time ago and being overrun by nature, it looked like an interesting place to explore. But I didn't have time. I continued up the road passing old churches that were here during the war and were nothing more then a single room wooden cabin. I finally reached what I really came here to see. The windsor ruins. I had ...
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