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... banks of the Mississippi and the house tour gave valuable insights into the lives of both the plantation owners and their slaves. Then back into the car driving north on Highway 61 ("The Blues Highway"), halfway to Natchez where we settled for the evening at another old Antebellum Plantation, English this time, still run by a descendant of the original Butler Family ...
... are filled with many historic homes. Then we venture into the local Church and cemetery. There were headstones dating back as far as the early 1800's. We leave the cemetery, drive a bit more through the street then make our way out to the local Plantation house. The Mytle house. What makes this one interesting is it's meant to be haunted. They keep the downstairs for tours but have turned the upstairs in to B&B accommodation. Thanks I will ...
There are no more ocean-going ship once we passed Baton Rouge (the capital of Louisiana).
We docked early this morning near St. Francisville, about a kilometre from the river. We had booked to go on the hop on hop off bus for 10.00am to have a look around. We were particularly interested in seeing the old gothic style church. However, at about 9.15am it was evident that a storm was coming. You could actually see the black sky ...
... the Turnbull’s furniture were lovely portraits and works of art. Outside was a small doctor’s house, built to keep the doctor nearby after a family member fell ill to fever. (The doctor later married into the family!) It took many dedicated servants to run this household and we saw the bell system which was used to call them-much like that on Downton Abbey, if you are a fan. We also saw the ...
... the furniture, and has become very popular for all sorts of occasions thanks to the internet apparently!
There is so much rain and warmth round these parts it's not surprising that the grounds are green and lush so need cutting often with tractors.
After oohing and ahing at the house, we took our leave to do more sight seeing. This time to a place called Angola where there's a state ...