Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Gulfport
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... signs of the damage all around. Foundations with no buildings, empty lots with driveways in place but no buildings, partially demolished high rise buildings. What has been rebuilt is beautiful. Casinos on the waterfront and beautiful stately homes that look like they were untouched.
Our main destination was one of those homes. It is Beauvoir, The Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library. While Davis ...
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... helpful lady explained that Katrina wiped out the 90 homes on Highway 90 as well as many others on 2nd through 5th avenue were destroyed from wind or water damage or storm surge in Gulfport as well as the bridge we just travelled!!
I think we all associate Katrina with New Orleans flooding when dykes failed & flooded 80% of New Orleans. ...
... more we walked the louder the gun shots became. I think they were still pretty far away and the hunters are supposed to stay away from the hiking trails but better safe than sorry. I wore bright pink and we talked loudly the whole time. The gun shots went off all night even after it got dark. We would just look at each other and say "Yup, Mississippi!" ha-ha! Stereotypes are ...
... not a matter of just money (the cost of the plan versus the risk of the cost of a later tow), these clubs have contracted with tow companies around the U.S. Skip the insurance and you can spend hours burning up the phone looking for a tow company. Pay a little now or pay a lot later in the form of money and wasted trip time. 11. Learn to Stop to go Faster. On the surface this tip may not make sense, but the successful long distance rider uses this strategy to their advantage. Since ...