Residence Inn Gulfport-Biloxi Airport
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Spent last night in Arlington, Texas and tonight in Gulfport, Mississippi. On the road to Arlington we stopped at the Big Texan for lunch. They have the best burgers and steaks. After leaving the Big Texan we hit some huge storms in central Texas for a very tense driving experience. Today we stopped in Gulfport, a town that was substantially …
... cancelled the card since last night when we used
it?” and “ do we have enough cash to pay for this and the petrol
we need to buy in the next hour?” After half an hour of trying to
sort it, we paid cash. Then we rang Mastercard, went on hold, left a
message and as of 12 hours later I'm still waiting for that message
to be returned.
Meanwhile, Ben tried to get money out
of an ATM machine and it worked and ...
Please accept my apologies for the multiples entries of yesterday's blog. After composition, I attempted to "share" with my contacts but I kept getting a message: "Oops, something is wrong. Please try again later." It wasn't until later when Wendell opened his email that I discovered that the entry had been posted....several times. Hopefully, that will not happen again.
Day 4 of ...
... amp;L’s home airport, we visited a hangar housing an English Electric Lightning in the process of being restored – a rare aircraft in the US.
Our last full day dawned with a record early morning low temperature – 63.50F (!) just perfect for the bike ride. Vernon had arranged for a visit to his office and workshops at the University of Southern Mississippi, Department of Marine Science which is on the NASA Stennis site – an extra ...
... Curtain (an e-book available here). Apparently negotiations are going on for a movie. Kindle owners with Amazon Prime: this book is currently available for free through the Kindle Lending Library.
Mr. Oakes was quite garrulous, and we covered a lot of territory in a few minutes. He told me about food inspections in the snack shop here, procedures taken to avoid giving food poisoning to five thousand tourists on Memorial ...