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This is a wonderful drive from Nashville to Natchez, MS on the Mississippi River. The road rolls through forests, hills, farms for 444 miles. There are no stop lights, little traffic and no commercial signs or other eye sores. There is lots of history incorporating...More
Stated at the Nashville end after a night of good music at BB King's club.
Beautiful woodland and picturesque Parkway. No traffic of any kind compared to other routes. Peaceful.
Easy to find services off the Parkway when needed and easy to get back on...More
This limited access, 50mph parkway is a great change of pace for any motorcyclist, especially if you love nature and history. We rode from Natchez (bottom end) to mile 145 on a beautiful warm Sunday afternoon and the traffic was limited, even through Jackson, Mississippi....More
If you have to go from Point A to Point B, and they are anywhere near the Natchez Trace, by all means use it. The driving is so easy, with very infrequent possible turns off of the Trace, that you just glide along quietly. And...More
WHat a great look at history and country side. Unfortunately, we drove it on a cloudy, drizzly cool day, but we seemed to have the whole place to ourselves.
Colors were good, sun would have made them better and we did not stop at all...More
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We stayed one night in Florence AL and found it delightful. There is a lovely Frank Lloyd Wright house there that is now a museum, just as the original owners left it. A nice downtown and some pleasant restaurants.
My husband and I stayed in Tupelo, MS. There are good hotels there. It is the birth place of Elvis. We drove by the house after dinner downtown. There is more there than just the house. Wish we had time to make a full visit.