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Travel Blogs from Port Gibson
... Soldiers bivouacked there and the family who lived there stayed put during the period. Not surprisingly, the home was destroyed. Other plaques showed, for both rebel and union troops, numbers of casualties (missing, killed, captive). Seeing those statistics struck our hearts at the devastation listed.
Adjacent to the Memorial Park is Vicksburg's very old Jewish cemetery and small Jewish Temple. The earliest engravings on ...
... to look for a late lunch. Vicksburg wasn't the quaint historic town we expected, and nearly everything was closed. We finally found a bar / restaurant set up in an old biscuit factory. It was good, with a sweet but ditsy waitress.
Not long after leaving the restaurant, I got suddenly sick as we were getting petrol. Think the milk for my coffee at lunch was off. Spent the rest of the night in the motel room.
... i had read about in yesterday's reviews. On our return from a trip to another ALDI the wifi bot working which is a real bummer. The receptionist said that the internet company is fixing something which i don't believe for a second! That and that the one wine shop was closed made this evening for less a fun one. John and Patrick watched basket ball in the boys' adjoining room while Andreas is lying on our bed trying to connect the laptop to the ...
Woke in the morning to the alarm clock as usual and while drawing the curtains we saw rain. Not much but first time this trip. A good breakfast with eggs, fruit, yoghurt and bagels so Andreas was happy! Left via a drive around Vicksburg and stopped to see the murals for which this place is known for. Not only as lots of military buffs come here for all sorts of enactments. Drizzly but not bad wether really. Drove on Highway 61 or the Blues Highway as it is ...
... bit before getting water and heading
The next 10 miles were challenging but
once my muscles warmed up it was slightly easier. We stopped to
regroup at a place called Owen's Creek waterfall. It was lovely and
peaceful sitting on top the ledge. We ended up waiting a while again
because Ale had had another flat.
We made it into our campsite for the
night at around 2 which gave us enough time ...