Natchez Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Our first day of our SEC Road Trip is here. After a whirlwind of packing I managed to limit our luggage to two very large suitcases, four tote bags and one back pack. Hey – we are going to be gone two weeks – (and I never claimed to be a light packer). We drove through beautiful East Texas. Enjoyed all the tiny towns even though Mike …
... well all were amazing. The hill country on the west side of the city, though I feel its over developed, has an amazing amount of natural beauty. The music here has been great, I've seen so many free shows and been to so many events it seems as if there is always something going on. But it's time for the next chapter in my life. I'll be going back up to Minnesota for thanksgiving which I'm really excited about then it's off to California where I have ...
... enjoyable and informative commentary as his horse, Will, pulled the surrey through the streets of town at a relaxed pace. We got to see many historic homes, including the home of Captain Thomas Leathers, the riverboat captain, and William Johnson, a prosperous black freeman (who owned slaves) and barber.
After our tour we took a drive up the Natchez Trace to see the "Emerald Mound" - one of the largest Indian mounds in North America. We also stopped ...
... map was available and not much help onsite! There were other tombs we had hoped to find, but it would have taken a week!
We had lunch at the Castle Restaurant at Dunleith Plantation. This structure was built in the 1790's and was used to house the owner's horses and carriages. The restaurant is supposed to be famous for its fried chicken, but we were not impressed- this chicken did ...
... audio/visual information in historic buildings along with artifacts but tour guides stepped in after the introduction. We learned about cotton growing in the antebellum period and how things changed after the civil war. We walked around to see the buildings on the plantation- a well preserved overseers dogtrot cabin with typical furniture, and a number of slave cabins. Informational sheets were available as well- ...