The Briarwood Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Amory
... realised that we had walked passed the back of the Gibson guitar factory earlier and you could see in to their factory from the street as they leave some lights on. The ride home was interesting, riding through quiet ...
... in a day. Today they completed about 52 miles and it seems the water is getting calmer as well as clearer as they go north. This should bode well for Perla and they may make it to Decatur, AL by Saturday. That is where my brother and ...
... long it would stay together.
When we got to Midway we called a mechanic and even though it was the evening before Thanksgiving he came right over and took a look and measurements. With the holiday weekend coming there was no way to get a part right away but said we did not have to haul the boat and replace the shaft. He is going to use a hand grinder and cut a new Keyslot on the other side ...
Insofar as bike touring goes, we left extremely late today because we debated for so long about whether or not to ride because of the strong winds out of the south plus it's suppose to rain on Monday morning so we could have a short ride on Monday afternoon. As we said yesterday, this is a fabulous hotel, and sure wouldn't mind to be stuck here if we had to weather a storm. This would be an especially good place to try to get caught up on our travel ...
... sat down on the curb out front while Larry went inside to ask the attendant girl how far we had to go, She gave an alternative route that would provide us less traffic to deal with, but it came with all of the hills, and just a few dogs! It turned out we missed our last turn because the street was, you guessed it, unmarked; so we just added an excruciating additional TWO miles to our day! Just when we thought we were never going to ...