Trieschmann House

707 Cedar, Crossett, Arkansas, 71635, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Crossett

Donuts, Ducks, and Dinner

A travel blog entry by jblackert

15

... outside to get pictures of the un-flooded loading dock, the infamous warehouse sign, and the A&E semi-trailer in the parking lot. Then we drove a few blocks down the road to Willie’s Duck Diner. The restaurant ambience replicated Louisiana culture and the staff reflected a southern friendliness. I expected the food to be more home-cooked, perhaps seeing Miss Kay cleaning squirrels in the kitchen, but since I only ordered a ham ...

Travels with Nick part two

A travel blog entry by rid23466

4

... Gulf shrimp that were probably the best shrimp I've ever had. June 7 We left Biloxi for Vicksburg taking a secondary road. Travelled through many small towns and noted the affinity for catfish in each and every one. This brought to mind one evening when we lived in Selma Alabama. Every store and restaurant we had gone to in Selma advertised catfish. I decided to buy some and try it for dinner. I found a recipe in the library and started cooking it . ...

DAY 36 - NEW ORLEANS TO EL DORADO

A travel blog entry by casrobusa

6

... lively Town & Country to Alamo and picked up a Jeep from Hertz and off we went. Travelled up north through the low lying but pretty Louisiana countryside.

Drove 385 miles (620 kms) to a town called El Dorado in Arkansas before calling it quits for the day.


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DAY 32 - VICKSBURG

A travel blog entry by casrobusa

16

... br> After the parade we went for a drive around town - it was a bit of a ghost town really and a lot of things were closed. There are two very big Casinos here - Diamondjacks and Ameristar - so this is where everyone was hanging out! We went into Ameristar for a coffee but the coffee shop didn't open until 2.00 pm (?!).

Dropped 'Mr Tourist' back at our hotel ...

DAY 31 - MEMPHIS - VICKSBURG

A travel blog entry by casrobusa

8

... in Vicksburg - an historic town in Mississippi - playing a major role in the Civil War of 1863 - the bloody battle ended with 17,000 soldiers dying and they are honoured in the Vicksburg National Military Park. The park commemorates the campaign and defence of Vicksburg in 1863 and includes over 1340 monuments, markers and plaques. All very well done ...

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