Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Biloxi- Ocean Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... home of Jefferson Davis, the only President of the Confederacy. After viewing 2 short films on Jefferson Davis and the building of the home we took a guided tour of the home, which was heavily damaged by hurricane Katrina, but restored to its former glory, and includes period furniture, vintage photographs and several pieces belonging to the ...
Sunday August 10, 2014
We headed east this morning on I-20 to US Rt. 49 in Jackson MS where we turned south on US 49. This was a nice drive through rolling countryside and several small towns. We had a picnic lunch at the “Paul B Johnson State Park”; it was a beautiful setting overlooking a good size lake where several boats and personal water craft were enjoying the beautiful day. We continued south on US ...
... and cheese, and corn on the cob. I had the Pull Pork sandwich with cole slaw topping with the famous beans and corn on the cob. The plates were huge and I could barely take a bite. Evan quickly down his but I saved the other half of my sandwich for lunch the next day. Miles travelled: 49 Hours on the road: 45 minutes Total miles: 385 Total hours: ...
... where I bought som discounted books. We also stopped in a Hallmark store to look at the Christmas ornaments. We then drove back to the hotel. We went to the spa to see if there were any available times. Jean could of had a foot massage, but she decided no to, she was hungry. We went back to the room to decide where we were going to eat. We chose the Lookout Steakhouse in Gulfport ...
... bike, which made a world of difference in leg comfort. Assume A Proper Riding Posture: I think the best analogy for describing the most comfortable motorcycle riding position is that of an equestrian: sit upright with a slight forward lean, thighs pressed snuggly against the tank, back straight and hands resting lightly on the handlebars. A semi-reclined position, with feet in the air on highway pegs, may look comfortable, but your tailbone will soon inform you otherwise. One of ...