Holiday Inn Express & Suites Lucedale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Square is the river walk and Mississippi River. Along the river is the Creole Queen which is the last paddleboat/steamboat on the Mississippi. We didn't do it, but they provide daily cruises on the river. Just beautiful.
As we travelled throughout the French Quarter, I can visualize what it must be like during the Mardi Gras.....the buildings are so beautiful and many of the balconies are loaded with gorgeous flowers. ...
... bottle was dangerously low. I thought we were going to have carry her she looked so pathetic! We kept walking because Lefty's pond was getting close, reasoning that we were awfully close to getting a glimpse of a deformed alligator. And, we did get a glimpse of Lefty, sunning on the bank of her pond. She looked like a log along the banks and she did not move all the time we were looking at her. Big deal that it ...
... are even longer! Remember I wrote in the previous entry that the state park here had been totally destroyed by Hurricane Katrina -- well, this entire coastal area was also destroyed. All along the Gulf you see either only stilts standing where houses once were or brand new homes sitting on high cement stilts. In the state park the office, bathrooms, and all structures are up on stilts. On another subject, there is one thing that ...
... now on massive stilts. Can I say it's hot here without making anyone up north mad? It is HOT! Sorry! Spent the day yesterday in New Orleans being tourists -- saw two lighthouses on the south side of Lake Pontchartrain and walked through some of the historic areas in downtown New Orleans. As a true tourist, we even had chicory coffee and beignets. The French Quarter is very ...
Yet again another fort. This one spans about 150 years. First built in 1834 to guard Pensacola Bay, it was used through the Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War 1 and 2. It was decommissioned in 1946. There are very old parts of the fort with brick and mortar and later parts with concrete. There are watch towers and big concrete bunker that look like those on the coast of France. It was all place there to protect the harbor and ...