Courtyard By Marriott Hattiesburg
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... on down the Natchez Trace trail. This trail was first used by the Native Americans, then the settlers and fur traders. It was instrumental during the Civil War for moving supplies from the Mississippi to Nashville. It felt like we were driving through and beautiful, green park. It is now a National Park.
We arrived at Hattiesburg and set up in the Paul B. Johnson State Park. It is on small ...
... vibe, the Hall was filled with soccer girls. Getting to know the girls and talking so much soccer was a pretty cool experience. Spending most of my time in Suzy and Julia's room (German and Swedish girls), we became very good friends already. Us freshmen were talking soccer tests for the next few days, wondering what was going to hit us, and how intense the seniors will be.
Going for a few early runs before everyone woke up definitely benefited me I ...
... is even the slightest bit interested in the civil war, this is a must see place.
Another neat thing about Vicksburg.. near the rear of the park there is actually an iron-clad gunboat (USS Cairo) that was brought up from the river and has been restored/partially re-assembled in a manner where you can walk through it... and right alongside it is the museum housing all the artifacts found from inside the wreck - the number of artifacts is awesome and the ...
... a lovely lunch by the beach, in a little independant called Camille's - recommended, if ever. The trafiic around the major beach towns slowed us down quite a bit and with the weather forecast we decided to definitely head north when we could, so we cracked onto Mobile, Alabama. We did this heading north out of Destin onto a new piece of highway passed an Airforce Base which meant we crossed over "Special Forces Road"(!) and blasted up to the I10 ...
... and coffee for $9.25...for the two of us! The two dollar tip Steve left almost got him a kiss from the 309 lb waitress with beard. Lots of local color with the patrons, most of whom we're ordering 2 cheeseburgers for breakfast. Traveling thru Tuscaloosa for a coffee, we passed the University of Mississippi which has got to be one of the most Magnificat campuses I have ever seen! Besides the football ...