Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast

310 S. Pearl St., Natchez, Mississippi, 39121, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Natchez

So so so worth a visit!

A travel blog entry by lyoung147 on Oct 02, 2014

Again we have met some great people all over this area....food is so God...getting my fill of fresh shrimp...good music...historic downtown and Deveraux Sheilds house is gorgeous...love the Miss River waterfront and antebellum homes.....we plan to ...

We're going to Jackson

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 13, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... through peaceful and lovely woodland, at least on our first 50 odd mile leg. We saw old slave routes, the sunken trace, a historic inn and some really beautiful country. At Vicksburg the battlefield was ably interpreted by a guide, who sat in our car as we drove round the site and recreated the key strategic messages, we finished up looking at the USS Cairo, an old iron clad from the Civil War. It was all ...

Natchez, Mississippi

A travel blog entry by traveltaylors on Sep 12, 2014

9 photos

... in "Tom Sawyer" He also explained that Silver Street once lead down to the rough seafaring port and wharfs, long since eroded by the Mississippi. It's a big old hill. Bob explained,"That place was full of pickpockets, hookers and all kinds of bad folks. They even got two constables on top of the hill checking folks going down for guns and knives. If you didn't have any they'd give you some." He also discussed the number of key properties owned by some ...

Reading Hart Cranes The Bridge Poem In Natchez

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 28, 2014

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... as "Under The Hill" is presented in a light of curious albeit grotesque fascination. Here, beginning with the Spanish, then the French, countless Indians were slaughtered, slaves were bought and sold, in fact the only thing that went cheaply amongst the debauchery and pestilence was human life. Today, it's a tourist attraction, but not in the same stark, confrontational way that something like Auschwitz is presented. This is more chimerical. The narrative ...

Summer Solstice - New Orleans to Natchez

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack on Jun 21, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... he sleeps after a long night of hunting.












We checked into the room and then went down to Fat Mumma's Tamales for dinner. The margaritas were really good. Helped to sleep well.








I just loved this sign. Would be interested to see the ...

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