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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Week 15 BLOG
Monday August 11, 2014
This morning was spent relaxing at the camper. After lunch we headed into Biloxi and continued west on Highway 90 to "Beauvoir" The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library. This was an unexpected find, as we were just sightseeing along the gulf coast. This is ...
... I-10 where we turned east to “Biloxi”, and a campground a few miles outside of the city, “Martin Lake Resort”. After setting up camp and cleaning up we headed into Biloxi and the “Boomtown Casino” for a little time at the slot machines; we also had a delicious combination
dinner here of ribeye steak and snow crab legs. Leaving the Boomtown Casino we visited the Golden Nugget, both casinos were the winners tonight.
... has been here before when he was driving to tech school from basic training. Here is their website: http://theshedbbq.com/ Driving up it is literally in the middle of nowhere. It looks like a run down place with a lot of different buildings slapped together. But don't let looks fool you. The BBQ is amazing. Evan got the Serious Sausage sandwich ...
Today we drove over to the Bethel Lutheran Church for a 10:30 service. Typical Lutheran church, mainly an older crowd. They had a female interim pastor. She was very good. Afterwards we drove over the the Edgewater Mall. Only the food court was open, the rest of the mall opened at 12:00. We just walked around for about 7 minutes until the stores began opening. We stopped in a Books A ...
... any serious desert terrain, or extreme heat. Gear up in layers. Traveling long distances may put you in weather extremes. The best way to be ready for anything is by dressing in layers. Start with a good base layer - cotton or another wicking fabric is good in hot weather; silk or another breathable insulating fabric is good for cold. Add thin layers that are not too closely fitted, but won't add too much bulk. A jacket with a removable liner is essential for your outer ...