Camellia Columns

1402 Church Street, Port Gibson, Mississippi, 39150, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Port Gibson

Down the Mississippi

A travel blog entry by jjmeef


... 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 ...

A Four State Twelve Egg Day

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne

... curly hair and chubby cheeks. We thought!! The Piggly Wiggly was by the way the first real super market eg Mr Saunders, the founder and owner, deserted the traditional shop with counters and assistants serving patrons for patrons finding his/her own goods and then paying just on the way out. Our motel for the night, a Days Inn, was found quickly and considered in good order and definitely cheap enough at $113 with taxes. Good rooms and nothing of ...

The Blues Highway to Memphis

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne

Woke in the morning to the alarm clock as usual and while drawing the curtains we saw rain. Not much but first time this trip. A good breakfast with eggs, fruit, yoghurt and bagels so Andreas was happy! Left via a drive around Vicksburg and stopped to see the murals for which this place is known for. Not only as lots of military buffs come here for all sorts of enactments. Drizzly but not bad wether really. Drove on Highway 61 or the Blues Highway as it is ...

'Scenic route' NOLA to Vicksburg

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne

... to Natchez with just trees and a few ordinary houses passing by eg very ordinary scenery. Natchez historical with well preserved houses and on a warm day walk around town would have been nice but we all felt cold and after our very disappointing late lunch we were all unwilling to venture out. We had read about Pig Out Inn in the LP and were very excited about stuffing ourselves there. No food since our minute breakfast and by now it was after three pm and everyones' stomachs ...

Another Great Day in the South, Y'All!

A travel blog entry by jilnmike


... in her cause. Her husband felt that improper so he built the church for her in 1950-1851.

The communion rail is really something to behold. It consists of seven panels each different from the other, each symbolizing a reference to the Bible. The rail was carved from solid walnut by a 16 year old young man. His dad built the church. The rail is truly beautiful.

After church we drove ...


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