Natchez Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNatchez Grand Hotel
What a great hotel. Beautiful rooms and location. Nice Happy Hour! $2.50 glasses of wine. Woo Hoo!
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A steam engine is used to drive the paddle wheel. This steam engine is basically the same as steam engines of the last century.
The American Queen's stern wheel is driven by a four cylinder, horizontally-inclined, tandem-piston, steeple compounded, double-acting reciprocating steam engine.
The engine came from the U.S army ...
June went off to see the battlefields and we hopped on the hoho bus and hopped off at the Holy Trinity cathedral. This is famous for having six Tiffany windows which were magnificent as were the other ones. A knowledgeable volunteer explained the difference to us. Apparently the traditional ones have the details painted on, but Tiffany went to ...
... musician James "Son" Thomas. Pat hangs inside the old blues museum almost every day entertaining the handful of visitors that walk in. He is the only of his father's 13 children to carry on the blues tradition. He was a warm and lovely man! I felt honored to walk in and hear him play. Other than the Blues Museum, Leland houses a gas station with a fried chicken joint, and 2 funeral homes.
The friendly folks at the ...
... sizes. (Do we all know which fork to use?J) Then in the last room was a lace wedding dress with lace veil. And hanging on the walls were antique beaded and metal mesh ladies bags-only 250 of them. On top of this, in the yard is a collection of life size animal statues from the Santa Fe area where the owner once lived. There were an elk, and deer, lions, and a tiger, and bears, OH MY! Over-top is an understatement! It was a ...
12.45 Back in the sunroom beneath the back porch. Lawdy it's hot. We did the carriage tour of Natchez this morning, trotting gently round the town ably guided by Bob and his horse, whose name I have lamentably forgotten. Bev thinks it was Mildred but after two beers I'm sure that's the name of the woman upstairs. Bob was great and told colorful Mississippi tales. We passed a church which inspired Mark Twain when he wrote about Huck and Tom observing their ...