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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mechanic to finish the trunk and they then invited us to join them in the afternoon at Bass Pro, an awesome shop with restaurant and bar attached. Well definitely way too late to get going on the Trace anyway and apart from which, we really enjoy their company.
So after leading us to Bass Pro, which just happened to be directly opposite the lot where they will be practising and, as it so happens, there is a Holiday Inn there as well. So in we check and what do we notice ...
... alive if you was wondering? Hoping out the taxi over 6inch of water running through the streets we was at our hotel. Up bright and early for the day ahead quick peep outside to see sunshine we set off around the city. We wondered aimlessly just in awe of everything around us and all i kept thinking is "i cant believe I'm here" after waiting so long for this trip it felt like it would never come! First stop central park which is ...
Is everything OK ? This is the normal salutation to strangers in Mississippi, but it always made me wonder if there was something wrong. The first time someone said it to me I started in about how I was cold and tired... but the blank look stopped me short.
So I spent the day on the Natchez Trace. One of the seven wonders of the American world. It is a parkway on steroids (as Anne would say). The original Trace ...
... Natchez Trace is boring, I got spoiled by the Dragon and the Blue Ridge Parkway - WILD!! The Natchez Trace is a manicured pathway. A really smooth road with rolling hills, beautiful farms and planned forests. I only saw about seven actual roadside attractions and about 10 'nature' trails and I wasn't in the mood for walking in the woods today. So I rode and rode ...
... an hour later than check-out. Marc slept through his alarm and the snoozes he sleepily set up, I didn't even hear it go off. We didn't get a chance to shower or anything, but we decided to get a room as soon as we got into New Orleans, so that we could get settled in.
Off we went again, the creepy hotel behind us as we headed south to the Louisiana border.