Rodeway Inn

721 North Davis Avenue, Cleveland, Mississippi, 38732, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 721 North Davis Avenue, Cleveland.
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    Siri wins

    A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... the night in. It looks quirky and fun. We give them a call and they both have accommodation available and actually also have live music on site till 10pm. We just have to make sure that we get there by 8pm, it will be a close shave because Paul wants to make one more stop before we get there. We have to detour again to get out to Dockery Farms which some musicians, including B.B. King attribute to being the birthplace of the blues. It is open to the public all the time and you ...

    Mississippi

    A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Aug 07, 2014

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    The swampy state of Mississippi does feel like the place in America that time forgot but it is undoubtably stacked with character. We arrived to our hotel in the town of Clarksdale late in the evening and after getting settled into our comfy and charismatically decorated shack we were strongly advised by the receptionist to head into the downtown and so after dinner that's exactly what we did. To do ...

    Em Eye Ess Ess Eye Ess Ess Eye Pea Pea Eye

    A travel blog entry by pete11 on May 14, 2013

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    ... make way for me, and the bulls kept their watchful distance. One foal seemed quite confused by my little blue blob of a car, but eventually worked his way around and back to his kin. The night was supposed to end in Greenville, but by streetlight and headlights I had a very hard time differentiating the safe but terribly impoverished parts of town from the dangerous ones and ended up continuing on to a generic, clean motel in Cleveland, ...

    Odds and Ends

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 04, 2012

    ... workers that often had their own stores and even their own currency. This planter class represented an almost unheard of extreme of wealth and power in American history--a class who built islands of white, ostentatious wealth in a sea of black poverty.

    But that system is in the past, and the planter class is gone or invisible in the Delta, replaced by the big corporate farms. Is that much better? The planters were terrible, ...

    The Arrow on the Door Post

    A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 01, 2012

    ... just about everybody there had a reason to poison his whiskey. For years, the story was that he had been buried in the nearest church cemetery, and oral accounts claimed that that church was named Mount Zion. The problem, of course, is that there are multiple churches with Mount Zion in the name around Greenwood. The Mississippi Blues Trail has chosen Little Mount Zion as the official grave because it is the closest church, as the crow flies, to where ...