Super 8 White Hall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were able to see too. After that we walked around the park and across an old railroad bridge that was converted into a pedestrian bridge. We saw lots of turtles swimming in the water, a few fish, and a snake that I was glad we were seeing from a safe distance. Then we ventured our to have lunch in the downtown area. We stopped in at the Flying Saucer - best known for their large selection of beer. Shane and I split nachos and the best darn pretzels I've ever tasted. Of course ...
We woke up this morning around 8:30, went and checked in at the campground. Then we headed into the town of Wynne to have breakfast at Kelly's. Shane had eggs, bacon, toast and grits - he said his breakfast was ok but not great. I had the worlds biggest bowl of oatmeal, seriously this thing had to have been at least 4 cups . I was happy to have my standard breakfast for the first time this trip....that was until I tasted. There was something just not ...
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... F-105, and the F-4 Phantom II. Tinker is also known for having the first successful tornado forecast in history on March 25, 1948, about three hours before the tornado hit the southeast corner of the base. After Oklahoma City, we were back on the road with just a quick stop for pizza. We mapped it out and it looks like we might make it home by Saturday, which sounds great to us, so our next few days will mostly be ...
... road sins of going 5 miles over the speed limit. (He's clean!) Only spent a few minutes there as there was really nothing to see and it was blazing hot.
We continued our tour around Jackson by driving 5 miles to the historic downtown. There were some nice buildings. The highlight was the Greyhound Bus Station from 1939. It is on the Register of Historic Places and I am so glad it is. It was beautiful. It even had an ...