Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Winona North
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... me when we got to close guardrails or low overhanging trees. They had the trailed marked and you could read the program about what you were observing. Nicely done. The next stop on our journey was in Leland where Jim Henson of the muppets fame grew up and invented Kermit the Frog. Kermit was the middle name of one of his childhood friends. There was a display about Henson, back story on his life, etc. We even had our picture taken with ...
... our bags ran off the tube with the doors closing just behind us, we just look at each other and laugh and realise how rubbish at travelling we are going to be! After a extremely pleasant flight with delta airways cocktails included obviously i opted for rummy, we arrive in new york city, first thing to pop up on our phones FLOOD WARNING AVOID AREA but nothing could kill our excitement we headed for the extremely long taxi que ...
Another driving day.
It was a beautiful sunny day today and around 70 degrees. We filled up with fuel and headed west on Highway 20. When we went across the state line to Alabama, we entered a different time zone, so we gained an hour. There was lots of construction across Alabama to Birmingham, lots of hills and trees and not much else. We discovered that the AC in the van isn't working so ...
... at the best time of year. Coming out of Nashville, the road was alight with the yellows, ochres and reds of the changing leaves. It was almost hallucinogenic. Of course it was raining most of the day, but every now and then the sun would come out and I would have to stop.
The effect of traveling this manicured wonderland was that I lost sight of Mississippi. I could have been anywhere. I wanted to stay ...
... 100 miles of the Parkway, when Barb shared her desire to visit the “King’s” home in Memphis, Tennessee. Opportune timing as we were coming up on Jackson, MS and it is due south of Memphis. We jumped off of the Parkway, found a secondary road and headed north.
As it became later in the afternoon, we came up to Grenada, MS, hometown of the legendary Michael Taylor, LTC, U.S. Army (ret.). Mike is a ...