Coastal Mississippi: Play - Stay - Eat
Coastal Mississippi, perhaps even Mississippi in general, is sometimes thought to be a forgotten area. Having heard it referred to as ‘the landmass between Alabama and Louisiana”, I am here to help shatter that tagline. The fact of the matter is we have a beautiful area which we call The Secret Coast.
The Mohawk River: Who Says You Can't Go Home
Rivers are sometimes taken for granted. Stop and think – you see one, enjoy the natural beauty, and perhaps admire a yacht sailing along on this waterway. But have you ever spent time learning about a river that is of interest to you? I grew up in a part of New York State that is steeped in natural beauty and history. A bit over 100-yards from my childhood home the Mohawk River flows.
Colonial History in New York's Mohawk Valley
St. Johnsville, New York is ripe with Colonial history. It is a charming, quaint village located just a bit over an hour west of Albany and situated along the Mohawk River. Growing up here, I was surrounded by history and places that my youthful mind never appreciated nor found necessary to explore outside classes in high school. Within 15 minutes of my childhood home stands places so steeped in history that all are listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Mississippi's Coast - A Natural Place to Explore
Coastal Mississippi is not well-known like its neighbor to the west – New Orleans or even its neighbor to the east – Mobile. Coastal Mississippi is an area tucked along the Gulf of Mexico – technically on the Mississippi Sound. This area is noted as being an adult playground of sorts, but it truly is so much more
A Weekend in Coastal Mississippi
Coastal Mississippi is a slip of land located between two large neighbors. To the east we have Mobile, AL and to the west we have New Orleans, LA. Many times, people looking for a beautiful area to visit overlook us. I’m here to tell you, it is well worth your time, money and effort to stop in for a few days and experience us for yourself. We have gorgeous scenery, a variety of places to see, and so many things to do in Coastal Mississippi that you can’t go wrong spending a weekend in Coastal Mississippi, or an entire Mississippi Gulf Coast vacation.
Pop's Pizzeria: A Taste of Italy in Coastal Mississippi
When you think of Coastal Mississippi it is generally either seafood or BBQ that come to mind. Pop’s Pizzeria is a place where you can get mouthwatering New York-style pizza and other casual Italian food that is authentic and reasonably priced.
Location: Pop’s Pizzeria is located at 921G Cedar Lake Road in Biloxi, Mississippi. It is found in a small shopping plaza at the corner of Popp’s Ferry Road and Cedar Lake Road, perhaps 3 minutes – traffic dependent – from Interstate 10, one of the major thoroughfares of the area. Pop’s Ferry can be a very busy intersection, but there are plenty of entrances into the shopping plaza. If you’re coming from downtown Biloxi or Gulfport, it is perhaps a 15-20 minute drive.
Old Forge, NY: Jewel of the Adirondacks
When hearing the term New York, most people immediately think of the bounty that is New York City. While there is no doubt this is a fascinating place, there is an abundant state beyond the five boroughs. Today, we’ll take a trip to the Adirondack Park, and one of the many jewels which can be found there – Old Forge. So, let’s take a weekend jaunt and see what can be discovered.
48 Hours in San Antonio, Texas
When you hear the name San Antonio, what is your first thought? For many people, it is the Alamo, the place of the epic battle between Mexican President Santa Anna and the defenders of the Alamo Mission, trying desperately to win their independence from Mexico. Davy Crockett may also ring a bell.
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