Diamondhead Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... include passenger and freight ferries, luxury boats. We also saw lots of refineries on the Gulf coast if the Keystone Pipeline goes through this is where the oil will end up!
We decided to head back along the coast on Highway 90 through Gulfport into New Orleans. It was nice to drive the coast road along miles & miles of beach BUT we couldn't ...
... 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.
... Long seat (www.day-long.com) is very popular among Long Distance Riders. Sometimes a sheepskin cover can do wonders. I sometimes use a Bead Rider (www.beadrider.com) seat cover, which is similar to the beaded seat covers popular with New York City cab drivers, but shaped to fit your bike. I find it allows better air flow under your butt, and changes the pressure points. It also prevents the rain from puddling up and seeping into seams in your riding suit. Some riders have ...
... a long trip. If I don’t have any worries, than I just do a general checkup (Tires, Oil, Lights, Brake Fluids, etc.). I’d rather waste a couple of hours taking it to a shop beforehand, versus wasting the 2-3 days when I’m out touring and having a break down. Motorcycle Packing Tips Long motorcycle trips are an exercise in doing without. After you do a couple of trips, you’ll begin to find that “less is more” is actually true – and ...
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 ...