Super 8 Carrollton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... or booze (dude it's 6 am obviously it's water) and that we should know better than to lie down in a place of business. We had some choice words we wanted to say back but didn't want to be detained and miss our train so we left it alone and just stewed about it on the train instead... At least, until we fell asleep five minutes later. Getting in to Atlanta in the next few minutes, and we won't be taking any more trains for ten days... So look for my next entry ...
... under our shirts, shorts, and jackets.
Peggy and Linda are in one kayak. Joan and Carol are in another kayak. Ranger Don gave us initial instructions about kayaking and added more on the water. Don is in a kayak with his niece who is a biologist with the state of Georgia. We kayaked on the reservoir and through a metal corrugated tube under a road (we had to be low in our seats and watch out ...
... ferns, and plants as we walked on the wooded trail alongside the white-water rapids to the ruins of the mill. He also gave us lots of information about the mill's history. We enjoyed the hike. It is only about a half mile to the mill. The mill was active prior to the Civil War in the 1800's and was burned by Union soldiers during the war. The women and children who lived in the area were transported ...
... so much about. To make the trip even more memorable, our 2 Nephews from Scotland, Peter and Matthew joined us for 5 days. It was a great highlight in our 2013 and makes me that more excited to start 2014!
This Year has kept us both on our toes with Matt tackling the language barrier while working with Xerox & me starting full time task force for the ...
... 1938. The Parkway is also designated a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road -- a two lane road that winds among trees on either side. I stayed in an RV park just around the corner from the Visitor Center.
The roads in MS are fairly flat and straight (good for cruise control) with a mixture of pine and deciduous trees lining the roadway. Leaves were giving a last gasp of color (mostly brown).
I left Tupelo ...