Residence Inn By Marriott Hattiesburg
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... on down the Natchez Trace trail. This trail was first used by the Native Americans, then the settlers and fur traders. It was instrumental during the Civil War for moving supplies from the Mississippi to Nashville. It felt like we were driving through and beautiful, green park. It is now a National Park.
We arrived at Hattiesburg and set up in the Paul B. Johnson State Park. It is on small ...
... is 80cents a bottle (1Ltr)! The store has EveryThing!! (except a great variety of Gluten Free foods).
After racing around, jumping on trollies, looking at pillow towers thinking we could totally conquer that, we finally filled our trolleys and came to check out... Where the man in front of us was buying a Gun... casual first experience of Walmart!.
The next few days
The international players started flowing into the dorms. Such ...
... 2nd time I have visited here and I had forgotten just how big the park is... but more importantly I had forgotten how well marked it is - there are markers EVERYWHERE in this place - you can't spit without hitting a marker. It was actually one of the parks formed soon after the civil war, when many of the soldiers that fought were still alive, and nearly every spot has a plaque for some regiment or general! Then the memorials, statues, etc are countless... ...
... 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 ...
... and coffee for $9.25...for the two of us! The two dollar tip Steve left almost got him a kiss from the 309 lb waitress with beard. Lots of local color with the patrons, most of whom we're ordering 2 cheeseburgers for breakfast. Traveling thru Tuscaloosa for a coffee, we passed the University of Mississippi which has got to be one of the most Magnificat campuses I have ever seen! Besides the football ...