Northeast Conference Center
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Museum to see Elvis' 2-room home where he was born, the church he attended (AOG), etc. The whole theme was Elvis' early years inTupelo (quotes from people who knew him then, etc.) In the church there was a film about the type of services. We the. we t looking for the Tupelo Battlefield. After a couple false starts, we finally found it. It was only a small park with monuments to the two forces, maps of ...
... I say settled, I mean settled, DOWN IN the mud) and enjoy some time at the pool in the evening. The fun part of course is getting the camper back out in the morning.
All in all, our 2nd day was pretty exciting...a little malfunction and a lot of mud, but hopefully we've gotten the kinks all worked out and we will be good to go from here on out. ...
... facility. The cleanest mechanics' shop you will ever see - also the largest fans in the ceiling.
Meridian has artistically created carousel horses that were commissioned by businesses to help raise funds for the Hope Village Children's Home. A couple of examples are here. There are ...
On Wednesday Betty, Barry & Karie had lunch with Brad & Cheri Kueven. Brad is Karie's brother. Brad & Cheri used to own a computer design, installation & maintenance store - mainly for businesses, which they sold last year. Currently Brad is an assistant to the administrator of the Meridian Airport. He feels like he isn't ...
... hey Sara, do you fancy coming to new orleans with me tomorrow" me "yeah ok then!, so long as we can come back to Nashville" so that was that, road trip planned! bed at 4am up at 10am and hit the road. Our first stop was in Meridian, Mississippi to pop in on a lovely lady that Steve met on the plane coming over here from the UK. Random yes! great evening yes! Norma welcomed me into her home, a stranger in her eyes, ...