Candlewood Suites Vicksburg
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... and Vicksburg as we entered the Mississippi Delta. The land becomes completely flat with river tributaries spreading out over a vast fertile flood plain. For an hour and a half we travelled on straight roads heading to the horizon with only scattered farms, no towns or shops or garages even to stop for a drink. Late in the afternoon we arrived at our next stop-off, Indianola, the birth place of the King of the blues, Mr. B. B. King. B.B. died only a week ago, and his ...
... of the earlier path showed it was not so hospitable back then. As the Trace became more frequented by travelers, Inns began to pop up along the route. Mount Locust Inn and Plantation was one such place. What started off as a home and plantation in 1780 was turned into a "stand" (a crude name for a inn) by 1785. Here travelers could find basic food and sleep on the porches or the grounds for a mere 25 cents.
Once we exit ...
I set my alarm for 0600h to put my jacket in the sun, but sadly it is overcast, although dry. It is 15 minutes to 1100 AM, departure time, and I have dried everything except my jacket. I have been watching the weather channel for a couple of hours and checked the radar for Mississippi and Arkansas and I feel it is in my best interests to head north today. If I can find some sun I will dry my jacket on the road.
... houses with red plaques signifying confederate lines, and one house on my right that was over looking the river even had a cannon in it's backyard. I found myself a late lunch and returned to my room. The weather was starting to look ominous and I knew rains were coming. I went to the gym and before long, it was pouring down. I checked the weather channel back in my room to more reports of bad weather and possible tornados. The weather was just crazy here this time if year. I still slept ...
... s night too. The 'duck master' as he called himself (number 5 in line he claimed) spoke to the audience explaining the root of this quirky tradition before he put a set of steps in front of the fountain in which the ducks swam around and allowed them to descend on to a red carpet which took led to the elevator and to the pent house. Good fun to watch! A stroll up a small and pretty poor cousin to Bourbon street eg Beale street with a few detours into ...