Comfort Inn

Address: 3959 E. Clay St., Vicksburg, Mississippi, 39180, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3959 E. Clay St., Vicksburg, is near U.S.S. Cairo Museum, Old Courthouse, Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum, and Vicksburg National Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Vicksburg

Day 36

A travel blog entry by granniesontour on Jul 16, 2015

15 photos

We travelled today along the Natchez Trace Parkway.this is the route taken by travellers as far back as 1780's Boatman known as "Kaintucks" would float wooden flatboats down the Mississippi River from Nashville to the markets in New Orleans and Natchez. Without an efficient way to navigate up the river they would sell their boats for lumber and walk the 444 miles back home, which could take them a month. ...

Day 17 - Vickbury

A travel blog entry by ghtour15 on May 07, 2015

101 photos

... 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 ...

Mississippi Blues

A travel blog entry by sini2014 on Jan 30, 2015

2 comments, 30 photos

... seats. Unfortunately, it was another painful game to watch. When they finally caught up and made the game exciting, it was over in the blink of an eye. We were so angry at what had happened but the consolation for these fans was the fact that Malcolm Butler, who intercepted Russell Wilson’s pass is from the Vicksburg area. The fans felt so proud that a rookie that grew up around here was the Super Bowl hero. We pouted our way back to our RV. The wrong kind of Mississippi ...

Houston to Vicksburg.

A travel blog entry by tpress29 on Apr 26, 2014

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... on some back wood roads and through some small towns. I noticed large high school buildings that were left abandoned. Boards on windows, grass unkept and once glorified football field left overgrown with weeds, stands and goal posts left to rust. Not to far in an elementary school was also in a similar state. What happens in a town to cause schools to shut down?

The landscape flattened out and there were signs of water everywhere. Swampy sections of land sat on the side ...

The Siege of Vicksburg

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 13, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... July 3rd the Confederates made a dashing attack to break the siege, but Pemberton commented that he thought his men were too hungry to fight. He surrendered, almost at the same hour on the same day as Picketts' charge at Gettysburg. Suddenly both of these events had turned a viable Confederacy into a lost cause. Grants campaign saw reward as we have mentioned before. Also worth a mention here is William T Sherman who along with Grant masterminded the campaign ...