Diamondhead Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Diamondhead
... our meal. I never through I would see that day that I would be tearing the heads of off the shrimp and enjoying "chicken of the sea" to the extent I did. Clarence, Jim and Katie relaxed by the fire in the gathering place at the resort while Gail and I alked over to the casino to use our acquired points we earned the evening before. Happy to report my gambling account grew a little ...
... to look into some Android travel apps as well and found one called Field Trip. Sounds interesting as it is suppose to alert you with a notification when it detects that you're near a point of interest. You can select different categories so as to narrow down those alerts. So I will give it a whirl and see how it works.
When I am talking long distances, I am talking 600 or more miles a day. Often over 1,000 miles, day after day. If riding back roads, the miles would be less, but generally I am talking 14 or more hours in the saddle. My strategy for sitting in the saddle for so long is to just keep doing it for as long as I can, as often as I can. I suppose this is not exactly the answer you are looking for. There are some things that I do, and a number of things that other riders do to make the ...
... Don’t worry about looking good and having a perfect outfit for every possible scenario. Do worry about bringing things that you can layer, especially for those longer trips. Bring paracord (or if you don’t have any, some bungee cords) Bring paracord and learn to tie the single knot every motorcyclist should learn: the truckers hitch knot. Why paracord versus bungee cords? It’s more versatile and takes up less space. Why bungee cords or paracord in the ...
Vacation time is almost here. By next Wednesday, we will be on the road. Starting to gather together all the stuff we need for the trip. I can't wait to escape the heat and humidity ... at least for a couple of weeks.
This year I decided to check out the state tourism bureaus of Idaho and Wyoming for material. Both ...