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


A travel blog entry by bardseysound on Nov 09, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... We were surprised that there were only a few visitors all afternoon, we thought it would be quite busy. Once again, like Graceland, not tacky but quite tastefully done. Back at the hotel fairly early with a long drive tomorrow down to New ...

Traveling the Back Roads of Mississippi

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba on Jun 01, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... reservoir, and an extremely eerie swamp It looked like something straight out of a movie.

We had to leave it for a while to visit the first SEC school of our trip – Mississippi State.

Then we headed over to the 2nd school – Ole Miss.

We ...

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. ...

Over the river and through the woods....

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on May 07, 2012

7 comments, 3 photos

... Our trip today was 262 miles door to door. Gary, I know you will be pleased to know that Rhonda had prepared homemade spaghetti for our meal this evening. I am sure it was just an oversight on your part concerning making that phone call to us the other day when YOU made spaghetti. Just saying. We are “camped” in their driveway (rain came through here also, and the temperature is VERY pleasant) after a few minutes of convincing Rhonda that if we came inside and ...