Days Inn McComb
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We started out the day in Franklinton in Washington Parish. The whole town shut down for the opening of the Washington Parish Free Fair, with a big parade. We had front row seats and savored some coffee as the morning was cool.
When the parade cleared out we headed over the old Choctaw Trail to St. Helena Parish, where Jemima's eldest son, Henry Franklin, had first settled when. In the town of Greensburg ...
... public, including a complete replica of a stage that Britney performed on made by a 30 yr old man, over the course of 6 months which resulted in permanent nerve damage!!! Oh my god!!! As well owning Britney's childhood bedroom furniture and recreating the room for display, the museum also holds some of her awards, childhood toys and the angel wings from her Femme Fatal tour. I suppose you should also know ...
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 ...
... in the West Bank, where we sat in the waiting room for upwards of six hours watching bad Israeli TV, communicating with lawyers and consulates on our cell phones, and eating schnitzel, etc. It definitely could have been worse; namely if we had been Palestinians or actually done anything. We were released without charge about 11 hours after being "detained". Such is the story of my trip to Ariel - let's hope I never return. ...