SpringHill Suites Shreveport-Bossier City/Louisiana Downs
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Ok, nothing special. Good view of racetrack. Window coverings sucked. Did not block out daylight.
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Today we drove the Blues Highway from Tunica, to Vicksburg. Then west to Monroe, La., finally ending up at Harrah's Louisiana Downs. It is a horse race track and casino. It was 32 degrees when we left. 50 when we arrived.
On the way we drove into Clarksdale, Ms. For one photo. The Crossroads. This is where blues guitarist Robert Johnson …
Drove over to the Riverfront in Shreveport and checked it out. Really nice area. Four or five casinos. Went and ate lunch at Bodacious Bar-B-Q in Bossier City. It was awesome. We had pulled pork sandwiches and peach cobble!
Went back to Louisiana Downs to catch some horse races, but they were already over. They have quarter horse racing in …
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