Heritage Inn Picayune
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... flowers. Throughout its perimeter, local artists were displaying and selling their paintings. Workers were preparing Jackson Square for a big music festival which is being held this next weekend. They get over 700,000 visitors during this festival and it gets bigger and bigger every year. It consists of local musicians who come from everywhere and its free for the public to attend. Unfortunately, we won't be there. ...
... re continuing to enjoy doing that tourist thing. Yesterday we visited the Infinity Science Center and Stennis Space Center nearby along the MS-LA border. The Stennis Space Center was built in the early 1960s for testing engines for the Apollo Program. It encompasses 13,500 acres and is NASA's largest rocket engine test facility. It is where engines for all manned space flights have been tested and where next-generation engines ...
... calculations, the Ark would hold about 222 RVs.
Today we plan the next leg of our journey – a visit to Austin to see family. Evidently Austin is “THE” place to be in March. Spring break is in full swing and results in the coming and going of college students throughout the entire month. Additionally, the Austin Rodeo runs from March 14-28 and the “South by Southwest – interactive, film and music festival” ...
Hare kirshana! Still here adore it working got my self a real job ma! Lokkitmenow! I adore it dudes are nice house is sweet a great way to kill time before school starts. I kinda want a bf but moo way only one who travels plus I'm moving to la soon to the artist distrust to create and work for and with artists. It'll be good. Go to school and live in a cool area. I work really hard and it's is sanely fun I adore it. Everyone seems really cool. My face is breaking out but I'm ...
... the woman at the park office, but hasn’t been re-done. We elected to go out to the incoming road, adjacent to the Gulf. This is current under construction, as I said, but offered great views of the water. Not too many tall, montain-type landmarks down here! We could see the water tower in St. Louis, but nothing near enough or tall enough to use for judging where one had wandered. Of course, the smartphone did the job, or would do so if ...