Motel 6 Biloxi
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Pierce. He was sworn in as President of the Confederate States in February of 1861. He served in that capacity until the war ended in 1865 and he spent two years in prison on charges of treason without so much as a trial. The government dropped the charges in 1868 but they didn't restore his citizenship. He died in 1889, a man without a country. Beauvoir was his final home from 1877-1889. It is where he wrote ...
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... discover they were baby beers of 10 ounce each, every gas pump we pull up to is out of order so we have to pull around to another, the weather turning to arctic so we have to bag camping and stay extra nights in a hotel, our favorite place to get blackened gator tail is closed on the two days we're in town and the second place we choose is also closed for Presidents Day, tried to buy ...
... helpful lady explained that Katrina wiped out the 90 homes on Highway 90 as well as many others on 2nd through 5th avenue were destroyed from wind or water damage or storm surge in Gulfport as well as the bridge we just travelled!!
I think we all associate Katrina with New Orleans flooding when dykes failed & flooded 80% of New Orleans. ...
... that I learned to turn off my work Email from my smartphone and not check it at the end of each vacation day, and have the confidence that it would not cost me my job upon my return, having chosen to be “incommunicado” during my time away. However, how many other Americans do you know, if you’re not one yourself, where regularly staying in touch with the office during a so-called vacation is fully expected either by implication or by ...