Fairfield Inn By Marriott Vicksburg
Travel Blogs from Vicksburg
... snake jewellery etc. The bathroom door handle was antlers and it was very southern. We met the chef who was putting together a fabulous sounding dinner menu for the evening but we were heading on.
Yes, Wendy - even the Carlton scarf got an airing too.
Another 90km on, we arrived at the hotel - hot, tired and ready for a shower, cool drink and time to relax. Tomorrow, it's down to New Orleans for a couple of ...
... and Jackson, the capital city. This caused the confederate army West to Vicksburg where Grant & Sherman attacked with frontal assaults that resulted in heavy losses to the Union armies.
Finally, Grant realized he couldn't win climbing earthen fortresses, out match the artillery guns of the rebel army, so he decided to lay siege to the city for 47 days. Confederate forces had ...
... a lot of responsibility on his shoulders. And the intensity of concentration is hard to handle for 8 hours a day 9 days straight. When they make a mistake and make a wrong turn, they turn around and correct it, even if it only take a few seconds...they have to make up the difference...Matt says that riding with Kenny sometimes is like riding on Mr Toads Wild Ride! When they got to the last ...
About a 3 hour drive to Vicksburg. Stayed at Ameristar RV. It has a very large hotel and casino that looks like a riverboat right on the water. All the grounds in this area very nicely manicured. Lots of casinos on the river. We had a pool, free wifi, free cable (but remember our TV is busted) all for $22.50. This was not crowded at all.
5 minutes to the Vicksburg National Military Park. Watched the 20 minute ...
... in the main part of town with big, beautiful, shady trees
and had lunch there. My favorite sandwich out of the lot was a
mustard, normal chips, BBQ chips, and Little Debbie oatmeal cream pie
combination. Seb's favorite was PB+J, crumbled cookies made by my mom
and oatmeal cream pie. Ale preferred the PB+J, mustard, salami, both
kinds of chips, and oatmeal cream pie on wheat bread. We then napped
in the shade of the trees ...