Super 8 Kosciusko

Address: 718 Veterans Memorial Drive, Kosciusko, Mississippi, 39090, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 718 Veterans Memorial Drive, Kosciusko.
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    Travel Blogs from Kosciusko

    Still here!

    A travel blog entry by judencharlie on Aug 29, 2015

    9 photos

    ... mechanic to finish the trunk and they then invited us to join them in the afternoon at Bass Pro, an awesome shop with restaurant and bar attached. Well definitely way too late to get going on the Trace anyway and apart from which, we really enjoy their company.

    So after leading us to Bass Pro, which just happened to be directly opposite the lot where they will be practising and, as it so happens, there is a Holiday Inn there as well. So in we check and what do we notice ...

    Newyork newyork

    A travel blog entry by lauraeshaw on May 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... we had bunk beds with no quilt and a shared bathroom but it was clean! Ed jumped on top "bagsy top" and we headed to the seating area to meet every1. We met our guide matt a nice american man and 11 other travellers we did the whole my names laura I'm from doncaster thing which i hate! Ed introduced hisself as my names ed and im Laura's boyfriend CALM DOWN TIGER i ain't your meat! We decided on an early night ready for the mornings ...

    In the Trace

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 07, 2012

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... this early highway picked up the main towns along the way, Jackson and Tupelo in Mississippi, crossing the Tennessee at a ferry and on up to Nashville. It was one of many traces in the colonial and early American frontier, most heavily used between 1790 and 1810 as the Midwestern states grew rapidly, and before steamboats could travel upriver.

    The current Trace is a 450 mile parkway, built during the Depression ...


    A travel blog entry by k8isgr8 on Jul 09, 2010

    8 photos

    Marc was able to drive until around 5:00am, he wanted to make it to Jackson, but I didn't want to and made him pull over when we saw the next off ramp with a motel.

    30$ got us a decent room, with a mini fridge and a functioning air conditioner.
    It had holes in the wall that people shoved paper towels into to avoid seeing the neighbours.

    They let us ...

    Final Entry

    A travel blog entry by bhalik1129 on Oct 04, 2009

    ... of the proper age and planning to travel, I definitely recommend investing in the National Park Service Golden Age Pass. I saved a lot of money on park entrance fees with mine.

    And the west is full of nice people. Everywhere I went the folks I met were friendly and helpful.

    Just a little piece of trivia. While on my adventure, I found myself on historic Route 66 several times. The communities have tried to maintain the charm of the old ...