Ramada Limited Biloxi Beach
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... signs of the damage all around. Foundations with no buildings, empty lots with driveways in place but no buildings, partially demolished high rise buildings. What has been rebuilt is beautiful. Casinos on the waterfront and beautiful stately homes that look like they were untouched.
Our main destination was one of those homes. It is Beauvoir, The Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library. While Davis ...
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... T-Shirts at The Jazz Club, a bar we ended up in when the restaurants were closed only to be told there're sold out, getting stuck in 2 hours of grid lock traffic after a Mardi Gras parade after having just had a beer and almost wetting myself and last but not least, my helmet flying off my head on the highway as we headed to the restaurant that was closed ending up at the bar ...
... hubbub of young swagger boys struttin' their stuff and their souped up cars with shiny, specialized alloy wheels on their cars, the road quieted down and we eventually got out and ran across the road to the beach. The water is brown and very shallow for many, many feet. Some folks "waded" out up to there waist maybe 100 yards from shore. One guy fishing with his little boy said if you have ...
... age children, elderly parents, health issues, trapped in a job, etc etc, and those are all legitimate reasons. However, does this mean that you won’t get that opportunity to do the MEANINGFUL travel (as opposed to just squeezing in a rushed weekend/week here or there), or whatever else you want to accomplish (make a real difference to others, write that novel, etc etc), until you’re 55, 60, or older, and your health might not be there to allow ...