Legacy Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Davis passed, the home was given to the State of Mississippi by his widow under the terms that it be used as a veterans home for Confederate soldiers and their wives/widows. The property also contains a Confederate Soldier's Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknown Confederate Soldier.
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... that opposite the beach were all empty lots with driveways & foundations!! We were still in Missisiippi but wondered if this was storm damage area. There were a few homes left on high stilts!!
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... some kind of fresh fish entrée which was equally good.
Gulfport surprised me a bit. I knew that hurricane Katrina hit that area in 2005 but I expected to see a more robust rebuild than was there. There was the evidence of buildings that I'm sure once stood tall and strong before Katrina but now only a footprint remained of foundations and all that ...
... safely home! 14. Eat healthful foods. Fast foods and a big road trip are a bad combination, but realizing that this is the real world, try these time-proven combinations: In the mornings stick to oatmeal, cereals or one egg with toast (no butter please!). Lunch should be skipped in favor of a light, healthful snack. Dinner should include a salad with a light pasta dish (quickly and readily available at the long distance riders all-time place to hate; Dennys and most Wendys). If all ...