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... is 80cents a bottle (1Ltr)! The store has EveryThing!! (except a great variety of Gluten Free foods).
After racing around, jumping on trollies, looking at pillow towers thinking we could totally conquer that, we finally filled our trolleys and came to check out... Where the man in front of us was buying a Gun... casual first experience of Walmart!.
The next few days
The international players started flowing into the dorms. Such ...
... additional points - so nearly 50 points in 2 days, thats about 20% of my total points (and we have been collecting since Jan1). For anyone that really doesn't "get" the rally-thing - - this one is pretty neat... it's called the Big Money Rally (no prize money involved - its a joke) and it is nationwide and web-based, running from Jan 1 to May 25. We were issued a book with thousands of locations, each with one with different point values and everyone just goes ...
... done that, and upon seeing that the next few days were going to bring coastal storms, let's head north and go visit Vicksburg, site of the second most important US Civil War battle.
The Coastal Highway out of Apalachicola remained lovely, quiet, picturesque and a pleasure in the Florida sunshine. However as we approached Pensacola, Spring Breakers traffic started appearing, getting the roads a lot busier. Though we did pull over in Destin ...
We left Robertsdale if for no other reason than to escape the constant gunfire from the shooting range nearby. Driving into Mobile reminded us of driving into San Francisco from the Bay Bridge, because it is approached by a bridge. Once we got into Mobile, we went into a tunnel to go under a shipping channel. I added a photo that I took as we approached the city. The tall building reminded us of the Empire State ...
... knowledgeable and could talk off the script. Once the house tour was over you came out to an outside bar where you could get assorted Southern drinks including Mint Juleps. I bought a bottle of water.
Leaving the plantation the sky darkened, once I had gotten past New Orleans and heading North, the Sky's opened and rain poured down. Me of course had my jacket strapped to ...