La Quinta Inn & Suites Biloxi
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Great experience. Clean Room, convenient to all.
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... After the home tour we took a tour around the perimeter of the property in a horse drawn wagon; this was a great way to see the grounds but the heat of the day was a challenge. Continuing west on Rt. 90 we visited the “Island View Casino Resort” where we had dinner and played the slots for several hours, breaking even for 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: ...
... dinner at 3:00, so we left at 2:45 to travel over to Gulfport. We were practically the only ones there. They had a nice menu, we shared a shrimp and oysters wrapped in bacon appetizer, and then I had a mahi with crabmeat entree and a piece of Key Lime Pie for dessert. We then drove back to the hotel. We went for a walk to take some pictures of the hotel sign and Jean wanted to take a ...
... multiple months), fully paid, happily encouraged by their employers, often mandated by their governments (see my vignette about the couple from Denmark I met during my day at Grand Canyon), and with no concerns upon their return to their jobs about whether the extended absence would affect their job security or the pressure of having to deal with whatever pile of work was left on their desks back home. In every case when I pursued the topic further with them ...