Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Quincy I-10
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Typical HI Express outside of town. However, television was not HD. Bummer.
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Cold and cloudy this morning. Today's trip took us through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Leaving New Orleans we took 90 East, instead of I-10. It parallels I-10, but is through the bayou, and a couple of small towns. Very little traffic. In Biloxi, Mississippi, we got back on the interstate to make better time. Stopped for lunch at …
... cranes and elevators of all kinds. This river is always the home of flourishing industry of all sorts.
Baton Rouge is a nice little city and the capitol complex is impressive, with well-groomed dark green lawns, circular walkways and a serene lake. And it is right in the middle of the city.
On down the road we decided to take a detour south to the shoreline. We arrived at the beach in Bay St. Louis where a sign that we studied told us ...
... friends, and the service reflects this leisurely pace. Despite being summer, the place was full, and we enjoy watching the crowd as we sip on our last Cuban coffees.
It was great to see the places in Marcus’s stories and a good introduction tour of a college campus for the kids…I can’t believe in 5-6 years we’ll be looking at college campuses with Maxwell for real! On to Fort Walton Beach next. ...
We finally pulled up stakes at the Pensacola Beach RV Resort and were on the road around 11:00 or so. We took off toward the east on the road that traverses most of Santa Rosa Island. We had not traveled down this way during our stay, but as we soon found out, we should have. There were miles of vacant white sand beaches along the southern edge of the island. The water was a beautiful aqua color for a hundred yards into ...
... nice gazebo with a picnic table to enjoy! We discovered why the park was given its name. They had magnificent 300 year old oak trees for which I have taken a pic for you. Moss covered the limbs and draped the tree limbs in all their glory. Took a pic for your viewing enjoyment. Gail and I had the pleasure of doing our laundry in our rigs as we both have them in our rv's (charmed life) and of course partook in a happy hour drink. We had a wonderful homemade ...