Clarion Inn & Summit Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Arrived too late yesterday to visit Elvis' childhood home, but really we weren't too interested as it looks like a lot of fuss about nothing much. Leaving Tupelo, we decided to take the truly Scenic Route to Nashville. From Natchez in the south of the State of Mississippi (see the 3rd June) to Nashville over a distance of 444 miles, there is an ancient "Trace" or path whose origins goes back thousands of years, largely created ...
I arrived in Tupelo the night of May 15th and stayed overnight, making my way into town the next morning to see the smallest preserved battlefield of the Civil War: less than an acre in the middle of the town with a couple of graves, a couple of informational placards, a monument, and a couple of cannons. But it was enough that I was able to learn a lot about the battle, even if it was basically impossible to visualize the terrain with roads and buildings all across the old ...
... Trace Parkway follows the "Old Trace" which was a game trail and route used for centuries by Native Americans and after by Europeans who came to explore and trade in the area. It has a lot of history and significance, particularly to the four Native American groups who lived in the vicinity, and who were eventually moved to Oklahoma; the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee and Creek. We managed to pick up a National Park Service map of the Trace, and could see hundreds ...
Yes, Elvis was born here, and no, we did not visit his birthplace. Drove today up the Beautiful Natchez Trace Scenic Highway. It goes for over 400 miles through 3 states (Mississippi, Alabama & Tennessee) and is part of the National Park System. There was a thunderstorm as well as tornado alert, but ...
Monday January 23rd, 2012
So here I am outside some tiny little
town in Texas – I have no idea which one. I've been passing thru
tiny Texas towns since yesterday. I think the biggest one had a
population sign that read 913 residents. But I'm surprised at how
beautiful the scenery is around here. I don't really remember it
being so pretty last time I drove through Texas in the early 90's.
But of course the last time I was on a ...