Tuscan Columns

Address: 1404 Church St., Port Gibson, Mississippi, 39150, United States | B&B
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      Meandering along the Mississippi

      A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 04, 2015

      ... I was good and didn’t. I meandered off of the main road on little adventures to see the countryside and how people lived. The area is quite poor and the crops are all harvested so there was few people around. It’s kind of stunning to really look and see just how much we have changed the world. Driving all this way and nothing is untouched. Really there is no place on earth we have not affected.Found the ...


      A travel blog entry by tan14 on Dec 27, 2014

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      You can get out and tour at different sites and also visit the U.S.S Cairo and Iron clad ship that was sunk in the Yazoo River in 1862 and was discovered by two guys with a compass. The ship was then raised and restored as much as it could be. The plan was to raise it in one piece but it broke in two due to the sheer weight of it. No one died when it sank and when it was raised a number of artefacts were recovered and they have a small museum ...

      Ale Gets Two Flat Tires In One Day

      A travel blog entry by alphaandcharlie on May 09, 2013

      ... he biked too far and turned around. We then went to
      the little town of Port Gibson to stop for lunch. The town motto is
      “Too beautiful to burn” because when the Northern generals were
      burning through the south in the Civil War on of them decided that
      Port Gibson really was too beautiful to burn.
      We stopped at the Piggly Wiggly to
      shop for the next 24 hours worth of meals. We then took our food to a

      A beautiful road

      A travel blog entry by robandhannah on Apr 09, 2012

      After the alligators we made our way along the Mississippi River to Natchez to join the Natchez Trace Parkway - a beautiful road through the countryside which is closed to commercial traffic so there is no one there, with lots of stops and walks to do along the way. The road is lined with trees which glowed in the afternoon light as the sun was going down. After an overnight stop in Jackson, a nice steak and some late night laundry, we were back on the Parkway ...

      The trip starts out with a mis-adventure: FIRE

      A travel blog entry by scoonpooh on Jun 02, 2011

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      ... guess was an electrical fire since the motor still ran pretty well. We called 911 but it took them over 15 min. to come out. It was a volunteer fire department and they were great when they got there. They used their hose to put the smoke out as it was still smoldering. They thought it was my secondary battery so they unhooked it and thought I’d be OK to drive it to a mechanic. We called our mechanic friends in Florida and they pointed us to a place ...