Riverside Bed and Breakfast

Address: 211 Clinton Avenue, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 211 Clinton Avenue, Natchez, is near Stanton Hall, Emerald Mound, Natchez National Cemetery, and First Presbyterian Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Natchez

      Down in Dixie (2014 Recap)

      A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Nov 08, 2014

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      ... and living on the outskirts made going anywhere a stressful stop and go motorcycle ride with people switching lanes all around. So I tended to limit the amount of time I went downtown. Also because of money, but that's another story. But Austin is also a city that has a lot of nature and a lot of music which are 2 of my loves. Austin has the greatest natural swimming holes and springs that I have ever been to. Barton springs, San Marcus ...

      A hint leads to a discovery.....

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 22, 2014

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      ... Locust Stand" - one of the historic Inns built along the Trace to house travelers on their journeys. Kerry and I were reading "The Devil's Backbone" - a book telling about the history of the Trace- which in the early days was a highway for settlers and for merchants. Before the time of steamboats, which could travel upriver, the merchants would send flatboats down the Mississippi, laden with goods. These would be sold in Natchez or New Orleans, and the now ...

      Historic Natchez-a town the river built

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... of Natchez.

      After breakfast, we headed to the Natchez City Cemetery to search for grave sites- we found some people from the same diary- Elizabeth Rose's brother and sister-in-law- R.P. and Mathilda Miller, as well as some neighbors of Mary Anna's- the Waltons and the Jacksons. We also found the tomb of General Zebulon York. This is a huge cemetery and the tombs were hard to find- a ...

      Searching for Flowery Mound and Roseland

      A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 19, 2014

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      After our morning demi-tasse and breakfast, we said goodbye to The Cottage Plantation and had a Sunday drive. We spent a little more time in the historic town of Saint Francisville, which was the capital of the short-lived Republic of West Florida - formed in 1810 after the planters of the West Florida Parishes defeated the Spanish and before the U.S. government stepped in to annex the area as a part of Louisiana. A monument stands to ...

      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 ...