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We rode 70 miles on the natchez trace. It was the main thoroughfare of travel during the 1800s. There were many rolling hills, so we could cruise along pretty quickly. there are many indian mounds dating from 1-500 AD. there was a Pharr Mound and Choctaw grounds. the history here is incredible. the treaties with the indian nations were never upheld …
... bought ugly green Van's. Went to Caroll's souvenirs. Bought 3 shirts, clock, watch, bracelet, cottage, socks, pen and umbrella. Went to Temple Bar Trading Co. and bought keep calm shirt. Gogartys corned beef. Lorie lamb stew and Guiness. Buskers for Smithwicks. Turned in 11. Walked 5486 steps. 1.79 miles,171.6 Kcal, 2.53 mile/h ...
... flight. Landed in Chicago at O'Hare. Took the train to Terminal 5 (international). Ate at Rick Bayless' Tortas Mexican restaurant. I had the veggie verde casserole with 1 piece artesian bread with butter. Spicy & good. Felt guilty though. Lorie had the same with roasted chicken & a side salad with avocado lime dressing. $36 with tip Flight is full. We're on a 2 ...
... 8 was our home again, and we slept well, and ate well in the morning. With my new regime in full swing, I went for a run – but oh no! As I was crossing the road, I felt a great pain in my calf muscle – game over for the running. I don’t know what happened, but the leg wasn’t working anymore. Damn! Lisa: Um FYI I was running too and continued each day or every other day with a few ...
We are thinking that Biloxi is the Missipissi capital of casinos. The place looks like the Gold Coast or Surfers Paridise. Tall buildings between the road and the beach. Pity because all the old stylish houses are on the other side of the road.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking