Fairfield Inn Memphis I-240 & Perkins
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... We then headed out of New Orleans by way of Lake Pontchartrain bridge which is the second longest bridge over water in the world. It is 23.87 miles long (just under 40km).
We decided to drive most of the day out of Louisiana all the way through Mississippi and onto Memphis, Tennessee where we will stay for 3 nights before heading to Nashville. We are staying in a 2 bedroom apartment on the 15th floor of the historic Exchange Building ...
On the way out we stopped to look at the many pictures of celebrities who have eaten here. There were a bunch of them, too. I bought a t-shirt, my first of the trip, to commemorate the experience. We took a couple of pictures outside before we left as you will see.
After lunch was done we headed to find a place where our jetpack would get a signal so we could do some internet searching. We wanted to check the weather ahead of ...
... lake. How rude. She nearly fell in which warranted screaming.
From there we drove up to Hoosier State Forest in Indiana. This time we paid for a campground. It was awesome. A completely empty forest campground that cost $4 in total! It was dark and in the middle of nowhere. We slept very well that night. The next morning we ended up on a gravel road for ages as the route we were supposed to take was closed because of flooding. We arrived in Chicago that evening ...
We got the boys airfare to for Christmas and we are heading to Houston. We started this trip with freezing rain and black ice for 2/3 of the drive to Memphis. Nathan got hit from Calebs nerf gun before we left. He had to go to the doc and was not sure if he could fly. But he got the green light. We stsyed in a Comfort Inn ...
... for a lake. However what we came across was something rather astonishing. A 100 foot waterfall ploughing down to a lake with clear water, clear enough you could see the rocks and sea critters underneath. The day was getting hotter as it went on, which meant going swimming in the smaller waterfall was a certainty. After just the first day was coming to an end, we had all got to know each other and make friends with one another. As the first night drew to ...