Days Inn Gulfport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cancelled the card since last night when we used
it?” and “ do we have enough cash to pay for this and the petrol
we need to buy in the next hour?” After half an hour of trying to
sort it, we paid cash. Then we rang Mastercard, went on hold, left a
message and as of 12 hours later I'm still waiting for that message
to be returned.
Meanwhile, Ben tried to get money out
of an ATM machine and it worked and ...
Please accept my apologies for the multiples entries of yesterday's blog. After composition, I attempted to "share" with my contacts but I kept getting a message: "Oops, something is wrong. Please try again later." It wasn't until later when Wendell opened his email that I discovered that the entry had been posted....several times. Hopefully, that will not happen again.
Day 4 of ...
... of Florida reaches west. It took almost two hours before we passed by Stapleton in Alabama, followed by good views of Mobile and its bay. The State is quite narrow at this point and only a few minutes after we crossed the Semmes VOR we arrived in Mississippi and turned for Gulfport and the coast. Long Beach and Pass Christian led us to the Bay St Louis and the Diamondhead airfield. This whole area was heavily affected by hurricane Katrina exactly 10 years ago and some of our ...
January 5th we drove from Destin Florida to New Orleans, Louisiana, only 261 miles (417km) but it took us through 4 States in 1 day!! Starting in Florida we drive through Mobile, Alabama; Gulfport Mississippi; & finally to Kenner, New Orleans, Lousianna. We opted to the faster route on Highway 10 inland because the weathers not great, it's cool & ...
... wind. Perspiration gets a chance to stay on and cool your skin if the wind flow is reduced but not eliminated. You will sharply reduce sunburn and windburn and their fatiguing effects by covering yourself fully. A windshield also reduces the amount of wind that's tearing at you but leaves enough to cool you. Quiet: Wind noise (and exhaust noise if you have loud pipes) will not only permanently damage your hearing, it will fatigue you quickly. Both noise sources are at their worst if ...