Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown

Address: 209 South Gallatin Street, Jackson, Mississippi, 39203, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 209 South Gallatin Street, Jackson, is near Mississippi Museum of Art, Mississippi Governor's Mansion, Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, and Lamar Life Building.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown Jackson

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Travel Blogs from Jackson

Catfish

A travel blog entry by sian311 on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

Started our road trip today. We drove out of Dallas towards Jackson, Mississippi stopping along the way for lunch at Catfish Village that serves tradition southern food. We had more than our fill of deep fried EVERYTHING.

We arrived in Jackson and enjoyed a quick self guided tour around the city. We did accidentally find ourselves in the dodgier part of town. Thank goodness for our trusty nav man. ...

Hop, skip, jump!

A travel blog entry by kerryl85 on Aug 12, 2014

The next leg of our journey today after a quick visit to Jackson. I have to say, I'm glad it was only a quick visit. The hotel, situated just outside of Jackson, was not really one of the best we've stayed at, not uncomfortable, but none the less, not great. But the reason for our restless sleep was not really the small beds. We went out for tea last night, only to hear what can only ...

A Visit to Cairo (the USS, that is)

A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jul 30, 2014

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... loop road through the Park. We stopped at the Navy monument and took some pictures, then continued to the USS Cairo museum.

The USS Cairo was one of 7 ironclads built for the Union forces in 1862. She was in the Vicksburg area in support of the Union's attack and was sunk by some mines (they called them torpedoes back then). She lay at the bottom of the Yazoo River (just off the Mississippi) from 1863 to the mid ...

One Last Stop

A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 16, 2014

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Today marked our last stop for this trip, which was the Arkansas Post National Memorial. This site is off the beaten path in eastern Arkansas; another one of those places that you have to want to go to - you're not going to stumble upon it by accident! This was the location of a important trading post for the French, Spanish, and early Americans. It is on a bayou off the Arkansas River and owed much of its significance to its location and ...

The Night Before

A travel blog entry by harrymday on Jul 13, 2014

It is the night before our family adventure. Kris and Ethan are asleep and Summer just came in to my little office and hopped in my lap and we had a talk and then I sent her to bed. Tomorrow we load up Kris's car and drive to Dallas, Texas to prepare for our big adventure to the Rocky Mountains. The kids have never seen mountains, not the size of the Rockies, and we have rented an RV in ...