Lexington Inn - Hammond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... two plantations. The first was 'The Myrtles' which is meant to be one of the most haunted houses in the US. Google that ****, kiddos. It is a long story, but put it this way, many murders. Let me know if you spot any ghosts in the pics or not.
There was some construction going on in one of the adjoining buildings and one of the builders said he ...
... We also came across a very fragile marriage certificate from 1825- for his eldest daughter, Mary Franklin, who married William Spring. Mary and William stayed in Amite when the rest of the family emigrated to Mississippi, and we were able to find their gravestones at the Amite Cemetery. In my research on descendants, I had found out that one of Mary and William's descendants is running for Louisiana governor in ...
... campground amidst thunder, lightning, and heavy rain.
Besides the "Beware of Alligators" signs were "Flash Flood Zone" signs. We ran for our tent and spent the night wondering just how high the alligator laden creeks and ponds would rise that night. Not much sleep, but all was well. We were spared the tornadoes that sprung up in several areas not far away. Again wondering if it is time to reconsider tent camping......
... museum does also display some of Kentwood's history....in one small room. It should be renamed the 'Britney Spears Museum' Before we got to Memphis we stopped by the Two sisters cafe for a spot of good southern food. The food here was amazing, fried chicken, creamed corn, grits, biscuits, sweet potato......food coma heaven! I loved this place and if anyone is ever in Jackson, Mississippi, you MUST go to eat ...
... we are staying in Fontainebleau State Park, situated on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain in Mandeville. New Orleans is on the south side of the lake. We had looked into staying in a campground in New Orleans but during Mardi Gras they raise their prices from $35 a night to more than $135 a night. Too pricey for us.
This is a really nice park, though because of some recent heavy rains our site has its own private swamp. We don't plan ...