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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... he had a bottle of beer in one hand and a cigarette in the other. He then went on to tell me how he was living at the motel as his house had burnt down and how he was having a good time at the insurance companies expense. He ...
... with one of my grandsons (he is SUCH a cutie, what can I say?). At one point I mentioned that we were driving through a pretty heavy rainstorm. He said it looked like I had two problems, driving in the rain and being in Alabama. Now for all of my Auburn and Alabama friends, HE is the one who said it not me, and you have to know that he is a student at the University of South Carolina and he is only 18 so possibly you can cut him some slack. We did see one thing that HAS to be ...
... my I.D and debit card and I walked out without it, got in the truck and drove 40 miles before I realized I didn't have it with me. This picture just came crashing into my brain of me putting my wallet down in the bathroom – I pulled over and looked around and realized, ****! So I called the Elvis museum and a Canadian had turned it in right after I left. They said they searched the parking lot for a car with Oregon plates, but I was already gone. God bless those honest Canadians. ...
... of the Natchez Trace Parkway is in sight. The Parkway incidentally, is not to be confused with the Natchez Trace.
The Natchez Trace is a natural footpath that more or less parallels the Parkway. It's origins date back at least 10,000 years and was initially used by wild animals in their quest for salt licks. As early as 2000 years ago, Native Americans blazed the trail and was later further developed by early settlers. As commerce expanded ...
... of High Life. We’re playing some music, too, when a twentysomething couple comes stumbling down the path toward the beach; they’re pretty tipsy, and they stick their head coldly inside of Pearl. “What y’all got here?” The guy especially loves the idea, and runs inside with us to play a ditty on the piano: the theme from Power Rangers. He tells us that there’s an open mic night up at Moe’s, ...