Courtyard by Marriott Vicksburg
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... be able to wander through Vicksburg proper since we had come specifically to take in the Vicksburg National Military Park and needed several hours to do it. The park preserves the site of the American Civil War Battle of Vicksburg, waged from May 18 to July 4, 1863. The park also commemorates the greater Vicksburg Campaign, which preceded the battle. Reconstructed forts and trenches evoke memories of the 47-day siege that ended in the surrender of ...
... Texas toast, in other words French toast! The coffee was warm. The chick who took our order was only there to chat to her girlfriend, so I hope Paul didn't leave a tip!
I was in a really bad mood by the time we came back to the motel, so thankfully I managed to calm down with a bottle of beer, then a nice chat with Ben.
... the Mississippi. After the war most of the families who owned these houses lost their wealth and struggled to maintain the properties. We had lunch down near the river in an area called "Natchez under the hill" which we found because no other shops in town were open. After lunch we tried to enter the address of the hotel at our next destination, LaFayette in Louisana, about 2 hours away. We wondered why the street wasn't recognised. Then we looked at the ...
... to look for a late lunch. Vicksburg wasn't the quaint historic town we expected, and nearly everything was closed. We finally found a bar / restaurant set up in an old biscuit factory. It was good, with a sweet but ditsy waitress.
Not long after leaving the restaurant, I got suddenly sick as we were getting petrol. Think the milk for my coffee at lunch was off. Spent the rest of the night in the motel room.
... the timed portion of the race, a long train came across the tracks, holding up alot of the racers, they had so many time delay sheets that they decided to throw out the last leg. But they didn't tell the teams...so they all raced down the road, going 60 mph trying to make up the difference of time. They had fun, but it didn't count. so that effort was wasted. All in all, everything went ...