Holiday Terrace Motel Houston

Address: 950 East Madison Street, Houston, Mississippi, 38851, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 950 East Madison Street, Houston.
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Travel Blogs from Houston

Tupelo

A travel blog entry by bardseysound on Nov 09, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Not a very busy day today, up early with people loading luggage and starting cars at 5am. A 2 hour journey down to Tupelo, checked into hotel and then drove a short distance to the Elvis birthplace and museum, on Sunday's, only open in ...

Traveling the Back Roads of Mississippi

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba on Jun 01, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... was a short trip between the schools but discovered that Mississippi doesn't have too many interstates between towns so we had a slow (but picturesque) drive to Oxford, Mississippi. After we visited Ole Miss we had a reunion with our good friends, Midge and Keith Havins who we haven’t seen ...

Tornado Damage

A travel blog entry by vriecke on May 24, 2014

3 photos

When we heard about the tornado in Tupelo a few weeks ago, I had called the hotel to see if they were open, and they said they were. But just barely! We were astonished as we arrived there - the tornado destruction was only a few blocks away. Terrible ...

Fulton MS to Amory MS

A travel blog entry by apairofpollys on Nov 11, 2012

5 photos

... to stay we decided to move on because the dilemma was, we may need the days for any unforeseen circumstances down the road. We decided to give it a few miles and then decided to go the course. That 15 mph wind that was out of the south that should have been in our face somehow peculiarly pushed us along, even up the hills. After ten miles the roads leveled out, so yea, we did good, or so we thought. W rode through a very small town, ...

Having fun and learning something at the same time

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on May 08, 2012

3 comments, 2 photos

... in Confederate hands, Albert Sidney Johnston, a close friend of Jefferson Davis and the man thought to be the South’s leading general, poured thousands of troops by rail into Corinth in the spring of 1862. Advancing northward to destroy Halleck’s army in detail, Johnston then began a great, bloody battle at Shiloh Church, Tennessee on April 6. Following the Confederate retreat from Shiloh, Halleck’s army of 120,000 men besieged General P. G. T. ...