Ameristar Casino Hotel Vicksburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from Arkansas to Louisiana - much poorer area. But then, Louisiana is the poorest state in USA apparently, and it shows.
Arriving in Vicksburg, crossing the Mississippi, what a huge river. And we talk about 'The Mighty Murray'! The Murray is a creek by comparison to the Mississippi. As we drove over the river, there were some imaginings of paddle wheelers steaming down the river, tunes bashing out southern melodies. On the bucket list to ...
... mound built and used between 1200 and 1730 by the American Indian population. We then arrived in Natchez which is a lovely town on the Mississippi and saw some lovely buildings. We visited the Melrose Mansion and had a guided tour. There was a lot of wealth in Natchez but also a lot of poverty. We are moving on tomorrow stopping halfway and then making our way towards New Orleans where we spend 4 ...
Saturday August 9, 2014 Travel Day The day started off sunny and hot, but soon turned overcast as we headed south on US 65. Crossing Into Arkansas we continued south on US 65 and I-40 East into Little Rock. We did not stop but continued straight through the city on I-30 and then I-530 south to Pine Bluff. Partway down I-30 we ran into a rain storm so strong ...
... We called Good Sam Emergency Service and after an hour on the phone they finally found someone who could help us. That's the good news, the not so good news is it will take them about 2 hours to get to us. A few people stopped offering to help. One really nice lady wanted to bring us food. We thanked her and said we were fine. About a half hour later she came back with a newspaper for us to read. She ...
... three square miles of land. The park's offices close at 5:00 p.m. but the gates remain open until 7:00 p.m. A 16 mile road weaves and wanders past 1,340 monuments, markers, and plaques commemorating and depicting the battles that took place 150 years ago. In a word, the park is overwhelming. The ravines, hills, and forest are plentiful and one can only imagine the difficulty it must have been fighting on such terrain. No wonder ...