Days Inn & Suites Osceola
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... history of the lake, which was built during Roosevelt’s administration. The park is home to many species of wildlife and birds, including a group of albino raccoons. They are totally white – no masks on these bandits. After the cruise we headed directly for the swimming pool hoping to avoid the crowds. I guess we were successful because by the time we left an hour later, folks were pouring in with their floats and ...
We are taking a day off of driving so we will be here for 2 nights. Well the location of the camp behind the commisary is good but the rest of service here is poor. The camp Host is MIA and according to everyone here no one has ever seen him.We called MWR to get information but no one came to provide it.We were able to do all the restocking, cleaning, and maintenance. It was nice to just not move for a while It is still hot but not so ...
... l'eau marron
atteint la cime des plus petit arbrisseaux. Tiens? Pourtant il ne
pleut pas, le soleil cogne toujours!
Tiens ben d'ailleurs il est temps,
grand temps de trouver une douche, et là nous seront fermes, nous y
tenons. Dans une ville au bord de l'autoroute on nous indique un
centre sportif, et même si nous tournons un bon moment avant d'enfin
le trouver, nous y arrivons! L'heure de la délivrance est proche!
Nous payons donc une entrée pour une
We had reservations at a Navy Base north of Memphis. It was a bit farther than we thought so as we were almost there, we decided to instead cancel those reservations and head to an Air Force base back in Littlerock. It was a long day but the kids were mesmerized listening to a book on CD.
... Arkansas state line which was the 'Mighty Mississippi River'. Wow what a sight!! We stayed well away from the Memphis skyline and the congestion of the road construction.
We turned off I-55 for a short cruise through a small town called Osceola (named for the Seminole Indian Chief), then hit the 'Super-slab' once again heading north. We arrived at ...