Holiday Inn Express Hope
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Hope
Excellent beds, large rooms, good service, tasty breakfast
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Today's the day we decided we would make it rich. Fort Worth to Crater of Diamonds State Park. Story goes about this park is it is a volcanic crater where public can fossick for diamonds and what you find, you get to keep. Aah well, may as well give it a go and hey, what is the worst that could happen, we find nothing but have a good time finding …
... to the table on the site next to me. There was no one there, so who knows how long it had been there. At 8 o'clock we left, and I tried to roused someone at the office, but no one there. This was at the KOA near Buffalo Tennessee. My expectations are not high on some of the KOA's that are next to highways, and generally one night stays. But, this was a little over-the-top. So I wrote a review on yelp which was not too favorable. Yelp is becoming my best ...
We arrived at Diamond Crater State Park at 940a ready to hunt for diamonds. It's a hot day with a slight breeze which makes sitting in the dirt a hot job. After about and hour we decided to use the water screen sifting method. Two reasons one ...
... br> Downtown Memphis ... once I could find the parking garage Kristin told me to park in.... was really awesome. It was HOT (95ish) but it's a cute little down town area and we were able to sit outside at a restaurant with Toby and it was in the shade. It was great to catch up and have a milkshake! When I left Memphis, that's when the real fun began...
I was probably about an hour / hour and a half outside of Memphis, somewhere in the middle of no ...
... the animals two by two. Where did the giraffes live? The website details all the future plans for expansion—they envision a Tower of Babel, a walled city, and a first century middle eastern village, among other things—and they assert that the whole complex will be historically accurate. Well, they couldn’t say it if it wasn’t so. Their website here.
We shortly passed another ...