Candlewood Suites Hattiesburg
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Yep - it's hard to believe this is the last night on the road and the trip is nearly over - - tomorrow I'll be back home! There hasn't been any more grand and unusual scenery to talk about in a while now, but at least I am back on the right side of the Mississippi today.
Spent yesterday really focusing on rally bonii to bring my score up and only made it to 1 national park. For the rally, yesterday I made 14 stops and bagged 32 points and today made 6 more ...
... and a theme for coming days, lots of white wooden baptist churches.
Because of Spring Breakers traffic and Mobile we were later than we intended so decided to stay in Hattiesburg and head to Vicksburg first thing. Mmmm Hattiesburg, looked small on map, wrong, like all in America it was BIG - spreadout - no town centre - ... Ended up in a Quality Inn, eating in a Farmers Market (not what we expected) and having an early night! Hahahaha
... is twice as big as Candlestick Park, they have at least 30 "White House" replicas for each of the various fraternities on campus. Absolutely gorgeous. We are now in Montgomery, Alabama to spend the night and plan on visiting the Civil Rights Museum in the morning which is located in the motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A very interesting day, We are now off to Burmingham, Alabama for the ...
We left Robertsdale if for no other reason than to escape the constant gunfire from the shooting range nearby. Driving into Mobile reminded us of driving into San Francisco from the Bay Bridge, because it is approached by a bridge. Once we got into Mobile, we went into a tunnel to go under a shipping channel. I added a photo that I took as we approached the city. The tall building reminded us of the Empire State ...
... knowledgeable and could talk off the script. Once the house tour was over you came out to an outside bar where you could get assorted Southern drinks including Mint Juleps. I bought a bottle of water.
Leaving the plantation the sky darkened, once I had gotten past New Orleans and heading North, the Sky's opened and rain poured down. Me of course had my jacket strapped to ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking