Hampton Inn & Suites Natchez
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Good morning Summer. Well that's what the Americans say anyway. I would have said June 1 is the start of summer
This morning we left New Orleans to travel to Natchez,
We stopped off at the Government Buildings. This is the building that Huey Long was assassinated in 1934. You can still see the bullethole in the wall of the …
If I can say anything about my year living in and around Texas, I would say that it was full of culture. I say this while sitting next to a lake in the woods of Mississippi. A day after seeing a tiger in a Louisiana truck stop, and after being asked today at the Wal-Mart whether we carry protection while we camp. I would consider 2014 my Txcc (Texas Conservation Corp year) year. 11 months of laughter, character building ,and road trips. Suprisingly, ...
... again, for Roseland.
The family that now owned Roseland had bought it some years ago. It had been the hunting lodge of the owner's grandfather when it was on the Mississippi! They had moved the entire house down the highway to its current location on the banks of Lake Concordia. They kindly invited us in and showed us through this beautiful home. They have spent years carefully and lovingly restoring this old plantation home to its previous ...
We woke to coffee on the first floor gallery, then breakfast in the formal dining room. We enjoyed talking with the other guests and seeing where they were from and what things they had enjoyed in Natchez. Breakfast was followed by a tour of Linden, which is a beautiful home. The front entry is famous, as it was copied to be used as the front entry for the movie "Gone with the Wind." This home has ...
... 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- ...