Arlington Heights B&B

204 Arlington Ave., Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Natchez

Bags, Bags, and More Bags

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba

13

... towns even though Mike complained (a little) about the speed limits. Ate chicken fried chicken and veggies at a local restaurant in Jasper, drove across Louisiana (which by the way is not near as pretty as east Texas, and crossed the Mississippi River into Natchez, Mississippi around 4:00 PM.
We checked ...

Natchez, MS

A travel blog entry by bcope100

7

... our table mate, who is 37. There were lots of gals there my age...'54 must've been a fertile year! :)) Lamb chops were offered for dinner and were quite tasty. The wait staff on board has been extremely helpful and sweet in dealing with Kateva, who is short on patience. I was exhausted (and a bit tipsy) after dinner...so headed up to our room and got ready for bed. I made sure the heater was turned way down and we had a nice cool room for ...

Natchez Spring pilgrimage

A travel blog entry by gerryu

22

We awoke early to allow us plenty of time to finish breakfast at our mansion before the "Spring Pilgrimage" tour guests arrived. We ate a splendid breakfast in the massive dining room before our napkins and place mats were whisked away and it was obvious that our time at the table was done. Soon, the mansion owner (and the other southern belles) were dressed in their giant hoop skirts to receive the Spring Pilgrimage guests. As ...

Haunted Hotel - our first ghost town - not!

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge

4

... instead. On which the coffee and petrol stops were all closed :-( habloodyha!

We did eventually find some fuel, at the outskirts of Natchez :-)

Now, Natchez, what can I say... Mmm well this time we headed for the centre of town and it was like that once-upon-a-time British Airways advert as Kenn and I thought "where is everybody?". It was a ghost town and after stopping at the only bar that ...

OOH I love that accent!

A travel blog entry by healsby

8

... and we resumed the plan we’d been following the previous day. We stopped off at any sites that looked interesting, and the first one we came to was an old Chickasaw village. We walked around it in the cold morning light – it was really frosty, and we’d ambitiously dressed in shorts, as an attempt to coax the sun out, but it was far too early in the day! Next was Bynam Mound, another of the Native American burial mounds, and on the approach to this we were surprised ...

 

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