Trieschmann House

Address: 707 Cedar, Crossett, Arkansas, 71635, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 707 Cedar, Crossett.
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Travel Blogs from Crossett

Homage to B. B. King

A travel blog entry by tonyjtgilbert on Jun 05, 2015

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... his electric tile cutting machine outside, so every few minutes we had the sound of a loud circular saw echoing around the place. Still, the breakfast was free, if you like orange squash and Frosties. The manager of the hotel is a middle aged Asian lady who somewhat surprisingly left Willsden Green (Middlesex) 13 years ago to take up a new role looking after the best hotel in Indianola. I suspect that the best hotel in Willsden Green has improved during that time. The B.B. ...

Heart of the Civil War

A travel blog entry by tonyjtgilbert on Jun 04, 2015

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... by thousands from all over the world was held here in Indianola on Sunday. Indianola is in stark contrast to the wealth and architecture of Natchez and Vicksburg. It is a poor working town strung out over two highways, with nothing very much to recommend it. We are staying at the most expensive hotel in town which is like a cheap motel, with thin walls and noisy neighbours. The doors are locked and we are fine, but not a place to go walking out in the evening. The ...

Day 17 - Vickbury

A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on May 07, 2015

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We head out of camp about 10am and across the highway to the Emerald Mound. Emerald Mound is an 8 acre, Mississippian Period Ceremonial Mound. Built and used between 1200 and 1730 by the American Indians that resided in the Mississippi Valley. It is the second largest mound left in the United States, Monk's Mound in Illinois being the largest. The mound would have most likely been used for burials, temples and ceremonial ...

Just cruising

A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 30, 2015

... refuse to pay the gratuity. Pip and Wayne feel the same way.

I have finally managed to sort out my visa card. The NAB Fraud team had put a block on it because the online payment to 'Save Our Cemeteries' (St. Louis Cemetery #1 tour) was unusual given that it was a charity. Once I confirmed it was a legitimate transaction, the block was removed from my credit card within two minutes.


A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Apr 29, 2015

I woke to a cloudless sky and a warm day - a blessing after two days of bitter cold.

Pip, Wayne and I had booked the Premium tour in Vicksburg - "Front Lines of Civil War" that took in the Vicksburg National Military Park. The Park is the site of the siege of Vicksburg by the Union army in 1863 during the Civil War; with the Confederate army only surrendering after 47 days due to starvation. The Park is extensive with a ...