Isle Of Capri Casino Hotel Lula
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- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Lula
... Well after 5pm the city of Tupelo, birthplace of Elvis Presley appeared in our bug splattered windscreen. The priority was to get to Tombigbee State Park outside of town about 10 miles. Tombigbee was a paradise of lakes and trees and if paradise could sport an RV park, by golly, it had one of those too. The spot we secured was so agreeably rustic, so teeming with natural beauty that on a whim we decided to stay an extra day. The "spare" day we did little except ...
... other things, went to an open air blues concert and of course sampled the towns finest refressing beverages in all the bars (there was only 3 or 4)!!
We ended the evening with a ride home in the courtessy limo from Club Zero which was an imaculate 1978 Cadillac!!
Next on the list Memphis, home of the King and Rock n Roll!!
... there are many sets of headphones throughout to listen to his music and that of many others he has worked with, influenced and mentored. Another first class museum.
As we approached Vicksburg, late in the afternoon, the scenery started to change with more trees and some undulations. No longer could you see for miles around. There was something about the Mississippi delta that will leave a lasting impression.br>
... Blues culture in Clarksdale, which was apparent in the Ground Zero Blues Club in which we ate lunch as well as a number of old posters advertising Blues concerts, I was left with a sense that Clarksdale has seen better days. It was a real mind game to play, imagining the history that the abandoned train tracks and run down buildings on every street corner had witnessed. It seemed there were no ...
... we were in Arkansas there was massive catfish ponds. It seems that each state specialises in certain produce. To be honest I didn’t see much of Arkansas as I fell asleep. At one point we got stuck behind a school bus and they literally drop each child off at their house. It’s because there are no pavements so the little buggers can’t walk home. In fact walking anywhere appears to be ...