Diamondhead Inn & Suites
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- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there. After dropping Sandy off, we headed to downtown NO which was about a 25 minute ride. We travelled over Lake Pontchartrain which is a giant lake which separates NO from the mainland. It is huge.
Once we got there, we found plenty of places to park and not bad price wise either. Our first stop was for Chickory coffee and Beignets at Café Beignet.....absolutely delicious. It's almost like a fried dough that we ...
... 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.
... you reposition them. As for foot position, there are many ways to put alternate foot pegs on a bike. Often called Highway Pegs, they allow you to reposition your feet such that your legs are usually straighter than normal. You generally can’t use your foot controls when your feet are on the highway pegs, so caution is required here. I often use the highway pegs to stretch my calves when riding. Back rests can help relieve a weak back by providing support. I prefer to ...
... level out to about 65% of their peak capacity. 2. Forget about high speeds. Forget what you've been told; high speeds and long-distance riding have little in common. A steady rider can book more miles, enjoy more mountain vistas and ride more twisty miles than a canyon carver bent on making the best times across a mountain pass. Besides the obvious effects on fuel mileage, which means more time wasted looking for gas, and the fatigue caused by fighting the effects of pushing a ...
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 ...