Ramada Laurel Hotel And Conference Center
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... been recruited by the Union Army. Through back breaking work they made a moat and retaining walls from dirt and wood. The cannons and men with rifles could shoot over the top of the wall. There were many magnificent homes in the area, but they had all fallen into serious disrepair. The area was very depressed, and we found it hard to see.
After driving down the Natchez Trace highway we ended up ...
... cleared my head and throat of being sick. I lost my voice today and was a little worried for testing but I knew I could do what was set, I accepted it wont be as great, but I still will be good. I haven't trained for nothing my whole life.
I had the BEST pre-season ever! I am so happy with week 1's testing results. After all testings I was one of the 5 girls who passed absolutely everything! & I won the Beep test!.
Everyday the team ...
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Now, as far as national parks - - yesterday I stopped at Little Rock Central High School historic site... Most of my generation probably knows almost nothing about this since it was in 1957 - sure we've heard about it, maybe breezed past it in history class, but they have a nice visitor's center set up there, with a very good set of exhiits, where you can really learn about the events that happened there and see ...
... done that, and upon seeing that the next few days were going to bring coastal storms, let's head north and go visit Vicksburg, site of the second most important US Civil War battle.
The Coastal Highway out of Apalachicola remained lovely, quiet, picturesque and a pleasure in the Florida sunshine. However as we approached Pensacola, Spring Breakers traffic started appearing, getting the roads a lot busier. Though we did pull over in Destin ...
... not of the Transamerica Pyramid Tower that we see when we enter San Francisco.
We drove slowly today, mostly on secondary roads so that we could enjoy the Gulf Coast. The map does not correctly represent our route, because we did not head north from Mobile, but instead, stayed on the coast in Mississippi. We stopped for lunch at a Mississippi State Park which was near the coast and on a Bayou. After noticing ...