Motel 6 Sentobia
Travel Blogs from Senatobia
... and some road maintenance that the GPS did not know about we managed to put in an extra 50 miles or so but still persevered and found I 40, which was like finding the true path home. There was still another surprise waiting for us though. as we were rolling into Arkansas and seeing home ahead, sort of, the left tire on Spencer's trailer self destructed with a mighty wiggle and the shucking of many pieces! He got it to the side ...
... nearly as big and grand as you'd expect.
All in all, thoroughly recommended.
We did do other things while in Memphis; our first evening was spent on Beale St, the centre of Blues and rock and roll in the south, all bright lights and blues bands in the street. The police block the street off, which makes it great to walk around and soak in the atmosphere.
One of the must-do things in Memphis is the ducks at the ...
... to let her take her job to Florida. Why Florida? I don’t really know, except that Florida is NOT Mississippi. I would prefer if she moved back to California, but she’s a bit of an adventurer (where did she get that?) and this move let’s her get closer to the ocean – about a mile from it in fact.
Strange how time flies!! When I was 28 (nearly 300 years ago)I was a newly divorced woman living in San Diego with my ...
... the road was busy for a Sunday, all those trucks and only two lanes for most of the way, I am used to that now but had forgotten a certain road condition. I think I said on our last travels about the concrete roads (usually long bridge crossings) that are built in sections, each one "humped" in the middle. Bree's wheelbase seems just right so that as the front rises up the back dips down, the longer this goes on the ...
... on the side of the road with all our bags and I cannot believe what is happening, another truck pulls over with a fire extinguisher and puts out the fire in the engine, a fire truck comes, then a tow truck. the next thing I know Ashlea and I are in an insurance office. They tell me my car is most likely dead forever and my insurance doesn't cover it. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed