Days Inn Pontotoc
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Not a very busy day today, up early with people loading luggage and starting cars at 5am. A 2 hour journey down to Tupelo, checked into hotel and then drove a short distance to the Elvis birthplace and museum, on Sunday's, only open in ...
Driving time: 389 miles 6 hours We went to the St Louis Zoo from 9 to about 12:30. Started in the herpetarium (snakes!) where we saw some water snakes get fed little fish! Then off to primates, big cats, zebras giraffes apes sea lions elephants hippos and much more. ...
Today was an official "visit with friends" day and we took our time during the morning. We had awakened to a heavy fog which made the big trees on their property look so “southern plantation era” which was interesting to view as we made our early morning walk. Breakfast was served buffet style and we all lingered over our coffee and caught up on the latest news and laughed over old memories.
In late morning we all loaded up in their car and drove about 50 miles ...
Well, we were finally off and running! It ALWAYS takes longer for us to get ready to leave than we think that it will. First we had to walk up to the club to pick up Mufasa…meaning that we walked, and then talked, and then walked, and then talked our way up there! I figure if anyone asks, it is about an hour from our front door to the parking lot at the club no matter WHICH direction we go in! Life is good! At any rate, we were pulling out from in front of the house ...
... a parking spot right by the line where he could watch the freight trains.
On our way to our new campsite we took a detour to visit the Ave Maria Grotto in the grounds of St Bernard Abbey at Cullman, Alabama. The Grotto consists of a landscaped hillside of 125 small stone and cement structures, the handiwork of Brother Joseph Zoetl, a monk of the Abbey for almost 70 years. It was well worth the visit!
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