Palm Tree Hotel Taylorsville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... MS at a private campground. The luxury of this campground was the private pool! We spent every afternoon cooling down in the pool. We got up very early to ride to beat the heat. We rode from Pontotoc to Ecru on the Tangelfoot Trail. This rails to trails ride was extremely beautiful. We rode 15 miles the first day and returned to ride it again the following morning from the city of Houston.
We left Robertsdale if for no other reason than to escape the constant gunfire from the shooting range nearby. Driving into Mobile reminded us of driving into San Francisco from the Bay Bridge, because it is approached by a bridge. Once we got into Mobile, we went into a tunnel to go under a shipping channel. I added a photo that I took as we approached the city. The tall building reminded us of the Empire State ...
We went to church with Emily, her mum and grandma this morning! It was way more fun than going to church in England!! Their songs are a lot better than our hymns and they were beginning their bible school week and had an amazing stage setup with the theme of roller coasters! Because Emily's mum had been so kind to us this week and cooked Cajun meals for us, we decided we wanted to cook ...
... to scout around to see if there was anything to keep our eye out for! Emily wrote down the numbers of a few miniature ponies who could potentially join her little herd at home and then we went to grab seats! Before they started selling the horses they had a tack auction which basically covered anything you could put on a horse including head collars, reins and then western saddles! Then eventually the horse sale began! It ...
We left the opulent Gaylord Opry Resort in bright sunny weather this morning and decided to take the Natchez Trace Parkway south into Mississippi. Because every road here has at least three names - a highway #, a street name and a pike name- we got lost south of Nashville in spite of all the resources we had at our finger tips. The result was that we spent some time exploring Tennessee's rural routes. What fun it would have been in ...