Comfort Inn Moss Point
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We are heading west across the Florida panhandle, Alabama and Mississippi on I-10 and had to stop at Bellingrath Gardens again....it's too gorgeous to pass over.
The Azaleas are all over the place and oh so colorful. We'll let the photos of the flowers and grounds below speak for themselves. (You can hit the Slideshow button at the bottom to view the ...
... The house faces the gulf and is surrounded by oak trees. The interior is furnished with mostly original pieces belonging to Davis and his family. It includes the home, museum, the Library Pavilion as well as other outbuildings present at that time. All but the house were completely destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and rebuilt as reproductions. The house also suffered considerable damage but was able to be ...
While travelling to Biloxi, i decided i should write down the states I have been to in the US - since chances are I would start forgetting if i didnt note it down. So here goes :
5) New Mexico
... T-Shirts at The Jazz Club, a bar we ended up in when the restaurants were closed only to be told there're sold out, getting stuck in 2 hours of grid lock traffic after a Mardi Gras parade after having just had a beer and almost wetting myself and last but not least, my helmet flying off my head on the highway as we headed to the restaurant that was closed ending up at the bar ...
... large trees. Even the McDonald's is packed away discreetly through the suburbs. People have pride in their homes here and the city is quiet. We travelled through a tunnel and came out the other side at Battleship Park. We saw the USS Alabama and is opened up as a museum and it's also where the movie Under Siege was filmed with Steven Siegal. We travelled along a panhandle for some miles which is what they call a causeway because it looks like the shape of a pan handle. ...