Super 8 Tallulah
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While in Biloxi we drove down along the coast. There was nothing but wide open beaches along the Gulf for miles and miles. Across the road there was nothing but residential lots for sale where once there were homes. Occasionally there were beautiful homes on stilts three stories high that had recently been rebuilt. I can't imagine what the insurance costs are. We stopped in Bay St. Louis for lunch and had really great fresh fish. The night before we ...
... to the Courthouse Museum - the guy at the Visitor Centre told us it was a must - well you walk in and I don't think a window has been opened in there since the last trial way back in the 19th Century - extremely musty - but being good tourists we had a look through it - lots of items from the Civil War etc etc.
Ameristar Casino for their buffet dinner.
... beams, making driving and seeing difficult. Then, once past us, we could look in the rear view mirror and see them efficiently and courteously switch back to low beam.
This wasn’t just a one time oddity. All of the drivers coming to us did this. What could the benefit be? I would understand if it was foggy, perhaps. But it was perfectly clear, and ...
... in 2012 Census: 1406
Population density: 3 per sq mile
Population decline since 2000: 38%
Median Annual Income: $19,936
Over 40% of youth and elderly live below the poverty level.
I don't know this place or these people, but that sounds like a hard life.
Also, we couldn't help but notice a lot of fresh graves in the cemetaries we ...
... hour delay to the trip.
The remaining drive through Alabama and Mississippi when off without incident. We ate lunch at a Flying J in Birmingham which consisted of Indian style ramin noodles. What we do to stay on the cheap is we park in an RV space, take the generator out for power, and hang out in the RV to cook lunch. The only thing we cannot run off the gen. is the RVs AC. But we did have a big fan to keep us cool. Our destination was ...