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Natchez, MS via Baton Rouge, LA

A travel blog entry by rerowand

... a few blocks to the old state capitol building. It was a pleasant stroll. The street was a divided street, and we walked the park that split the street up to the capitol. At the capitol, we surrendered my drivers license and used the audio tour to walk around. One of the interesting displays was flags of the states that grew out of the Louisiana Purchase. Other displays were about the architecture. It had been built, and then during ...

Summer Solstice - New Orleans to Natchez

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack

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The gardens are kept immaculately clean by prisoners on day release,





Barry decided to be a smart **** and see if he could climb the building

We then headed to Natchez past plenty of swamps and vast flat grounds. Its a wonder the wind doesn't howl through here but it hasn't while ...

Bags, Bags, and More Bags

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba

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But we found another great restaurant, The Cotton Alley, where we divulged in Pasta Jambalaya. YUM!!!! We did realize after Day 1 we went over our food budget. LOL!

Took another stroll along the Mississippi and have now retired for the evening. Not bad for a first day. The best is yet to come! ...

Natchez Spring pilgrimage

A travel blog entry by gerryu

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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

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... They can be so ****** large, you think you are near the centre, the happening area, yet you are just sitting on a busy by-pass. Something they need to learn and therefore, something you need to be aware of when travelling into America - towns are BIG!

But, we had a walk down to the Mississippi, saw a paddle steamer, had a great meal of steak and ribs and beer and you know what, didn't see any ghosts at the Eola ...

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