Days Inn McComb
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We also came across a very fragile marriage certificate from 1825- for his eldest daughter, Mary Franklin, who married William Spring. Mary and William stayed in Amite when the rest of the family emigrated to Mississippi, and we were able to find their gravestones at the Amite Cemetery. In my research on descendants, I had found out that one of Mary and William's descendants is running for Louisiana governor in ...
... museum does also display some of Kentwood's history....in one small room. It should be renamed the 'Britney Spears Museum' Before we got to Memphis we stopped by the Two sisters cafe for a spot of good southern food. The food here was amazing, fried chicken, creamed corn, grits, biscuits, sweet potato......food coma heaven! I loved this place and if anyone is ever in Jackson, Mississippi, you MUST go to eat ...
We came, we saw, we were turned away because no loads were ready... so we drove a bit down the road, and sat on our butts waiting, but luckily we got a new load, and its waiting in Louisiana for us. We are gonna snag it tomorrow morning then head on up to Wisconsin. Lots of nasty weather out there, several deaths, one in company even, so I am hoping we don't have to encounter any more of it.
... did we know that Nyla's actually doesn't exist in Kentwood at all, but rather in Osyka, Mississippi (thanks to info from a local at a gas station) that was only 5 miles away from Kentwood. So we finally get to Nyla's which was an even tinier **** shack with 3 booths and super greasy food. See video blog attached of our reaction. Soon we decided to visit Baton Rouge, only an hour and a half away from Kentwood, LA, to visit some historic ...
... November, just a couple of weeks ago, the Court ruled that the Wall should be moved back. Sounds great right? Wrong. Prior to the decision, Jayyous villagers were able to cross the gate twice a day to access their olive and citrus trees. Now, the gate will permanently be shut, leaving plenty of space for the expansion of nearby Sufit settlement. What's more, only about 25% of the land is being returned, and in the process ...