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Travel Blogs from Vicksburg
... had heaps of big corporations (McDonald's, Walmart etc) and looked like any other place. When we swung off the main strip, however, the town was poorly maintained with abandoned buildings, junk lying around and collapsing roofs. It was sad that clearly only the stretch that receives travellers on the highway is looked after. Big corporations should be required to invest in the local community to be able to build ...
Up early to breakfast where Andreas ate four eggs, Patrick three and me and John one each. However, I walked away from the breakfast area with a few more in my pocket and so did Andreas. One can never have too many boiled eggs is our motto on this trip! We were good and left a bit after eight and the travel through all these states; leaving Mississippi, entering Alabama, Georgia, entering Mississippi again somewhere and ending up at a Days Inn in ...
... Gus's fried chicken, world famous'. We entered into a room filled with fun things on the walls (a bit like the Pig Out Inn place) and with lots of people eating and with lots of people waiting. Luckily a big black mama told me the ropes eg sign yourself up on a list and then wait for your name to be called. With other words we had plenty of time to study the diners, what they ate, but maybe more fun, the staff in the kitchen whose sizes made it ...
... is a mixed affair with a bit of food, cosmetics etc. A modern day drugstore perhaps. I had pulled pork with bbq sauce in a tortilla which was very nice but poor Andreas suffered with a can of tuna and added canned beans and tuna. He is the only one who still trying to be healthy. I have given up! Will resume my good intentions during the cruise which is a week away tomorrow. Not much of a highlight today but still a good day because kids are god travelling companions and so is ...
On arrival in Vicksburg as it was still light we thought we would try and visit the Coca cola museum as Vicksburg was its birthplace. Unfortunately, it had closed early so we set off to find the rv park and, as always struggled to find it. This gave us an opportunity to see some of Vicksburgs lovely old homes. Peter went and asked directions and embarrassingly we were one block away and could actually see the sign! Peter noticed after he had paid the account that our address was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed