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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... facility turned up in his truck and forced Steve to delete all the pics.. We obviously hit the ignorant tourist button but at least we still have the camera and Steve will not spend the rest of the holiday as a drug dealers *****. We then went to Tutweiler where, legend has it, WC Handy heard a rural itinerant play the Blues and then adopted the rhythms for his own compositions. The station is no longer there but the old line still goes through the one horse town ...
... then drove around Leland looking at the Highway 61 Project murals. We did not stop at the museum because our next stop was the B.B. King Museum in Indianola. The B.B. King Museum was very nicely done, dealing with the life of this music legend who is still touring in his late eighties. We saw several films, hear his music, read about his life and who influenced him, and who he has influenced. The museum even had some interactive stations. ...
... tickets from behind our heads, and in the end no conductor asked to see our tickets. PHEW Backpacks on drama over with we carry onto the tube, after a while being on the tube and a few guessing games as to who we thinks going Heathrow i decide to show ed my photos I had taken of my dog (charlie) he politely pretends hes interested and tells me he is cute the tube has already stopped i look up to see where we are **** terminal ...
... to figure out how to deal with that before we get to the desert! We crossed into Mississippi. There's hardly any traffic along hwy 82, just straight flat highway. We pulled into Greenwood, Mississippi around 3:30 local time and relaxed for awhile, then out to dinner. We picked up a few groceries for tomorrow and then called it a day.
We made good time today and have more driving tomorrow.
... from Hawaii, fellow “Free Spirit” alumnus and the only son of Mississippi to be qualified as the captain of the famous Hawaiian Voyaging Canoe, Hokulea. So, in honor of Mike (and because we were tired), we stopped and found a really nice municipal park with campground next to the town’s reservoir. Thanks, Mike, if it weren‘t for your tales of Grenada, we would not have stopped and found a lovely ...