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

      "Clark, the shitters full"

      A travel blog entry by rollinos on Feb 13, 2015

      ... at a very old campground called Pecan Grove -the pecan trees are pretty much dead, the sites are on grass and leave much to the meaning of level! But we do have a nice view of Chicot Lake! We visited Matt and Kim Melzer and went to Louie's for dinner with them. Then we tried our hand at gambling a t Harlow's - didn't win -lost $50.00 ...

      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 ...

      M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I

      A travel blog entry by k8isgr8 on Jul 09, 2010

      8 photos

      ... an hour later than check-out. Marc slept through his alarm and the snoozes he sleepily set up, I didn't even hear it go off. We didn't get a chance to shower or anything, but we decided to get a room as soon as we got into New Orleans, so that we could get settled in.

      Off we went again, the creepy hotel behind us as we headed south to the Louisiana border.


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      Final Entry

      A travel blog entry by bhalik1129 on Oct 04, 2009

      Final Entry



      Home, sweet home. I really did enjoy my trip but it sure is good to be home again.

      Of course being home meant that I had to unpack and do laundry. And even though I haven't been here for three weeks, the place still managed to accumulate dust. And I had to go through three weeks of mostly junk mail. But I missed my humble abode and all my family and friends here in Winona.

      I just wanted to add a final entry ...