Natchez Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 …
... to preserve this for the future.
Third house, The Burn 1832. This one was elegance personified. It is currently own by a family who lives in the house and manages part of the house as a B&B. We meet the owner, Mrs. Green who also is the president of the Pilgrimage Garden Club. This Greek Revival home has 11,000 square feet. It has been well cared for and has some of the original antique furnishings. The docents ...
... to learn about the workings of a cotton plantation. It had a steam powered cotton gin and a collection of slave cabins. It was interesting that our tour group included about 25 Germans who were visiting America. Not a lot new information here for us, but a good experience.
Tonight was the Natchez Pilgrimage Tableaux. It’s a pageant with narration, posing silently, singing, and dancing by individuals or groups to ...
... The original house was a small brick structure on the same site. When the family got ready to build a larger house, they liked the site, but couldn’t tear down the house they were living in. So they reinforced the walls, widened the foundation and built the new house on top of the first house. So the current family lives in the original house "in the basement".
Second, Selma ...
... no shoulder. It was tight with the trailer. Traffic was light and we weren’t too crowded. Very glad we only have to do that bridge one time with the trailer.
We had a bit of trouble finding the campground: 1) the GPS couldn’t find the exact location, and 2) the campground directions were not very clear. But we got here with the help of a nice man ...