Sleep Inn Flowood
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... loop road through the Park. We stopped at the Navy monument and took some pictures, then continued to the USS Cairo museum.
The USS Cairo was one of 7 ironclads built for the Union forces in 1862. She was in the Vicksburg area in support of the Union's attack and was sunk by some mines (they called them torpedoes back then). She lay at the bottom of the Yazoo River (just off the Mississippi) from 1863 to the mid ...
... They are bagels topped with an egg, peppers, ham, and cheese mixture. We have one last shot...we'll see what we get in the morning! Trip Summary 6362 miles driven 141:15 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 24 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 6 National Monuments 7 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National Parks 1 National ...
It is the night before our family adventure. Kris and Ethan are asleep and Summer just came in to my little office and hopped in my lap and we had a talk and then I sent her to bed. Tomorrow we load up Kris's car and drive to Dallas, Texas to prepare for our big adventure to the Rocky Mountains. The kids have never seen mountains, not the size of the Rockies, and we have rented an RV in ...
... Olympics since the 1930s. While inside, the heavens opened up, I could hear it inside the building just like I can in the school library. It was just about over by the time we left. The next stop was the Eudora Welty House. Eudora was a prolific writer whose work, The Optimist's Daughter, earned her the Pulitzer Prize. We took the tour, first watching an overview movie (4th one today, mind you), and then entering ...
... enjoyed the tour and how it was laid out. We then drove to our motel in Jackson, MS, unpacked and headed out to dinner. We went to the Twin Peaks restaurant. Turns out it was very much like Hooters, where the girls dress like lumberjacks in shorts and very low-cut plaid tops. (http://www.twinpeaksrestaurant.com). The menu was very limited, but ok. Afterwards we drove to the nearest Dairy Queen for ...