Clarion Inn & Summit Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... cool hearing other SEC schools rooting for us. I’m not so sure that would have happened in the Big 12.
After eating they gave us a tour of the town square, took fun pictures, and topped it off with frozen yogurt. Thanks so much Midge and Keith for showing us around!
When we heard about the tornado in Tupelo a few weeks ago, I had called the hotel to see if they were open, and they said they were. But just barely! We were astonished as we arrived there - the tornado destruction was only a few blocks away. Terrible ...
... eat on the actual parkway itself). We ended up in a tiny town called Collinwood, which consisted, as far as we could see, of about twenty buildings total. There was a little cafe called “Miss Hazelbea’s Sweets and Treats” which we decided to pop into; and we were really glad we had! When we first entered, it looked like we’d stepped into a little old lady’s living room; everything was pink, lacy and covered in small chintzy ...
... a fully navigable trade route. Over time, stands (or small inns & trading posts) popped up to feed and provide shelter for the traders, outlaws and travelers. It would have been way out of our way to start in Natchez so we picked up the parkway around mile 90, right after filling up on a Southern specialty - pimento cheese sandwich - at 303 Jefferson in Clinton, MS.
The parkway has a speed limit of 50 mph which ...
Day 2 summary:
departure from Ozark, Alabama this AM in the rain
my rain gear kept me dry as I drove slower and more cautiously than usual until I drove out of the downpour
arrived tonight @ Tupelo Mississippi
401 miles today: 857 miles from LBK
Rain clouds were near by throughout the day and I ...