Best Western Magnolia Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... their middle class backgrounds and parlayed them into where they are today. Emmet, for example, grew up in Bastrop, my hometown, the son of the local Chevrolet dealership owner. All three are fraternity brothers, (Kappa Sigma).
You’ll remember our travelogues of our May visit with John (cablevision) and Bev Muraglia in Hye, Texas at their annual ranch soiree with family, friends and business acquaintances which draws folks from all across the country and nearby. ...
... green campus features a small village with thousands of objects and buildings preserving or recreating life in the agricultural communities of the 18th and 19th century. It's a good example of a 'Living Museum', populated with guides and actors explaining the history, including some of the ...
Before we left Vicksburg to continue on our travels, Liz had read that Vicksburg was known as the first place Coca Cola was actually first bottled anywhere in the world in 1894. It was first invented by a pharmacist in 1886 as a medicine in syrup form.It was made of coco leaf and actually green. Later water or soda was added to make it into a drink and caffeine was added, whilst the coco leaf was taken out. Local drug ...
This has been a wild day, 274 miles due to a GPS recalculation. The ride was uneventful to New Orleans. I left Bayou La Batre around 8 am. The weather was great for riding and I-10 west was close to the hotel. After about an hour I exited to Gulf Port Mississippi and rode US scenic 90 west. What a road along the gulf coast. The area is being newly developed with huge lots right across the street from an ...
... bbq grill (keeping our no fried food oath) but gave up on spying a bbq diner - a real American dining experience. They had ribs too - meat falling off the bone, baked not fried, and covered ('smothered' is the more accurate local parlance) in smoky bbq sauce. The choice of sides was less healthy - corn bake, potato skins, fries etc. Our accents obviously confused the server who, not recognising our English, replied to us in ...