Courtyard By Marriott Hattiesburg
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... woke up, tested in the morning -> ate -> slept -> ate -> trained -> ate -> slept. Repeat. And I Loved it! The tests were so much fun, the trainings were so much fun (apart from the heat), and whilst the team slept during the day, I would go sit under the tree outside, or talk to a new team mate :) It was a pretty cool atmosphere. Oh and Apart from the food sucking (it was free can't complain too much) But I ate buttered broccoli for days.. I ...
... had the place to ourselves. In an alcove by the restrooms, they have the guest book and the park stamps set out for us! -Perfect.
So, since that diversion changed my overall path, I am going to sweep through lower Alabama tomorrow and try to stop at the Tuskegee Airmen sight, and hopefully Horseshoe Bend Military Park (where Gen Andrew Jackson fought the Creek Indians) on the way home...
Hopefully, I'll have 1 more post from home, maybe on Thursday....
... 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
... with the kids and Steve's folks, we headed north to travel through Mississippi. Upon entering the state, we were greeted with a huge sign that said "Welcome to Mississippi. Welcome Center ahead. Security provided." Comforting! We stopped In the small town of Hattiesburg for breakfast and decided to try local. Our cafe, third generation owned and managed since 1925, had an outstanding breakfast of ham, eggs, ...
... Biloxi has changed and now looks like Atlantic City or South Lake Tahoe with all the casinos on the beaches, we avoided the larger city of Gulfport and headed north. We had planned to go to the Gulf Islands National Seashore, but the entrance station had a locked gate and a closed sign. We were a day too late because the government shutdown had taken effect that day. It was time to try to escape the heat, humidity, and ...