La Quinta Inn & Suites Biloxi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Great experience. Clean Room, convenient to all.
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... T-Shirts at The Jazz Club, a bar we ended up in when the restaurants were closed only to be told there're sold out, getting stuck in 2 hours of grid lock traffic after a Mardi Gras parade after having just had a beer and almost wetting myself and last but not least, my helmet flying off my head on the highway as we headed to the restaurant that was closed ending up at the bar ...
... rainy days in two casinos and had a casino buffett as well! went to the visitor center in the gulf islands national seashore. I didn't realize how big the national seashore was, it starts at Pensacola. we wanted to go to ship island, which is part of the national seashore but it was cold and the ferry didn't run the days we were here. but it is definitely a place to return to. and kayak around, rent a boat or take ...
... in some of the early entries in this blog, I got my original inspiration for choosing to include a blog in my experience from a young travel blogger with whom I first corresponded, and then met, during a trip my buddy/brother Marc and I made to Newfoundland a couple of years back; her name is Candice Walsh and she writes a blog called Candice Does the World. (Since we first met her, she has since become a much more accomplished writer and social ...