Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we met affectionately dubbed "Nutri-Rats", due to their enormous size and alleged nutritional value, scurry around our feet, we wrapped up the night with some incredible Beignets (fried dough covered in powdered sugar, think funnel cakes but better) and coffee. We stumbled back to the train station at 5 am and were snoozing waiting for the train when two officers from the Orleans parish sheriff's department literally hassled us about whether we were ...
We started our day with Linda's breakfast of angel food cake topped with cream cheese and peaches. It was very good. There is a fog outside. The weather is predicted to be cloudy with temperatures in the low 70's to the low 80's. We are concerned that it will rain on us. We are meeting Ranger Don again at Sweetwater Creek State Park. This time we are doing kayaking, and we meet at the reservoir. We wore ...
Following a breakfast of pecan waffles with strawberries made by Joan and despite rain, we went to Sweetwater Creek State Park. I had registered us for a hike to the New Manchester Manufacturing Company's textile mill with Ranger Don at 11 AM. This hike (Red or History Trail) is offered maybe several times a week. Initially, we looked at the exhibits in the Visitors' Center. Ranger Don explained about ...
... spots on our bucket list and squeezed in trips to Macchu Picchu, Peru. This was a once in a lifetime trip and we were not disappointed.
This July we made a big dent on our list by checking off Rome. How mesmerizing to be standing in front of history. What an experience to be surrounded by these breathtaking places and the unique architecture that ...
Tupelo, MS, birthplace of Elvis, and visitor center for Natchez Trace Parkway. The Parkway is 444 miles winding through three states (tennessee, alabama, mississippi). As the US expanded westward in the late 1700's and early 1800's, growing numbers of travelers tramped the rough trail into a clearly marked path. Today, that path is a two lane road known at the Natchez Trace Parkway, and officially became a unit of the National Park ...