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 ...

Meeting with Fryers

A travel blog entry by gemmill on Jul 18, 2014

8 photos

Driving time: 389 miles 6 hours We went to the St Louis Zoo from 9 to about 12:30. Started in the herpetarium (snakes!) where we saw some water snakes get fed little fish! Then off to primates, big cats, zebras giraffes apes sea lions elephants hippos and much more. ...

Fulton MS to Amory MS

A travel blog entry by apairofpollys on Nov 11, 2012

5 photos

... absolutely infuriated at having the screen go blank after spending hours journaling. This time we called our IT FSIL (favorite-son-in-law) to help us through. Later we reminisced about the typewriter and then rewrote that entry. Two days later Travel Pod emailed us their apologies and explained the occurrence was due to them working on their website; made us wonder why we didn't get an email with the other lost entries. Back to today, although it ...

Having fun and learning something at the same time

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

3 comments, 2 photos

... Mississippi to tour the Corinth National Battlefield Interpretive Center. There we learned, as one of the brochures we picked up told us, that the Union forces had one primary objective in the Mississippi valley during the spring of 1862: to capture the vital crossroads of the Memphis and Charleston and the Mobile & Ohio railroads at Corinth. Union General Henry W. Halleck, who was later appointed Lincoln's General in Chief, wrote early in 1862: “Richmond and Corinth ...

Over the river and through the woods....

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

7 comments, 3 photos

... coming from so late in the season. We crossed into Alabama right at noon, and shortly thereafter we were into rain. So much for the wax job! We noticed lots of green rolling hills there which suddenly turned into a broader horizon and the land was considerably flattened out with fields of wheat, corn and possibly soy beans. This was especially noticeable once we started heading more directly in a westward direction at Decatur, Alabama. Somewhere along the way at a little wide ...