- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... encounter with the police as they were doing licence checks on a small country road and we were stopped. I think Wade was hoping I got tasered but he was out of luck this time.
The last bit of the drive into New Orleans is interesting as the road is in the swamp and is built on pylons. The houses are like houseboats and line the swamp. We found our hostel in the Garden District and it was interesting to say the least. I will leave that for the next ...
We left later than planned to Clarksdale to take a picture at the legendary crossroad of the highways 61 and 49 and we also had a coffee sitting outside enjoying the sun. We continued along the Blues Highway to Rosedale. Unfortunately the park we wanted to visit was closed. Greenville did not have much to offer either. Now it's time for laundry again (which means we have time to blog!) and then we're off to enjoy a nice dinner as we realized it's been too ...
... on our rainsuit because it was raining. I shot a video of me doing that so you can get an idea of why I am so reluctant, it is about an 8 minute struggle that leaves you dripping in sweat; time compressed here for your viewing pleasure!
The rain suit was, predictably, uncomfortable, but in the end I would have suffered considerably more without it as I drove for about 4 hours in the rain, at times very heavy. For about 90 minutes ...
... also he said often there are logs and other debris continually on the move. It must be a fearsome sight in flood. We watched very long flat barges travelling up and down - they carry products like coal. Every night we try and find somewhere interesting to eat and in Natchez we were really lucky. We just wanted something fresh and simple, not easy in this part of the country of BBQ and fried food. King's Tavern gave us just that, and in the ...
... had heaps of big corporations (McDonald's, Walmart etc) and looked like any other place. When we swung off the main strip, however, the town was poorly maintained with abandoned buildings, junk lying around and collapsing roofs. It was sad that clearly only the stretch that receives travellers on the highway is looked after. Big corporations should be required to invest in the local community to be able to build ...