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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... there in the parking lot! When we passed we could see band equipment packed in their trailer. I had to resist giving them a good ole' fashioned cat call.
Next stop, Graceland. Huge magnificent mansion in the middle of urbanville. I have to admit that I was all shook up when I went to purchase tickets - $77 for the full kit and caboodle. What? Are there rides? A pair of blue suede ...
... War II at the local Army base where pilots were learning to fly in trainer aircraft. We retuned to the motel where I read and Jean went for swim for 30 minutes. We then settled on a restaurant for the evening, the Delta Bistro - which Jean called a hidden gem. I had a fabulous crab bisque and goat shank for my meal, Jean had a Cajun Blacken Duck. Wow! Even the blueberry crisp for desert was great. Back in the motel room after a drive through ...
... alive if you was wondering? Hoping out the taxi over 6inch of water running through the streets we was at our hotel. Up bright and early for the day ahead quick peep outside to see sunshine we set off around the city. We wondered aimlessly just in awe of everything around us and all i kept thinking is "i cant believe I'm here" after waiting so long for this trip it felt like it would never come! First stop central park which is ...
Another driving day.
It was a beautiful sunny day today and around 70 degrees. We filled up with fuel and headed west on Highway 20. When we went across the state line to Alabama, we entered a different time zone, so we gained an hour. There was lots of construction across Alabama to Birmingham, lots of hills and trees and not much else. We discovered that the AC in the van isn't working so ...
After begneits and coffee at Café Du Monde, we unhooked the umbilical cord(s) from the French Quarter RV Park and backtracked through Baton Rouge north to Natchez, Mississippi. Natchez is the beginning of the ancient Natchez Trace Parkway. The Natchez Trace (trail) has been used since prehistory as a trading route from Natchez north to Nashville.
The National Park Service maintains the Parkway as a scenic drive for ...