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 …
Again we have met some great people all over this area....food is so God...getting my fill of fresh shrimp...good music...historic downtown and Deveraux Sheilds house is gorgeous...love the Miss River waterfront and antebellum homes.....we plan to ...
... through peaceful and lovely woodland, at least on our first 50 odd mile leg. We saw old slave routes, the sunken trace, a historic inn and some really beautiful country. At Vicksburg the battlefield was ably interpreted by a guide, who sat in our car as we drove round the site and recreated the key strategic messages, we finished up looking at the USS Cairo, an old iron clad from the Civil War. It was all ...
... join us later. Rachel was under the impression we'd been drinking with him all day. His horse who we thought was Mildred is in fact called Will by the way. We got both name and gender wrong. I'm still not sure what the Republican , well groomed land lady is called. Shergar I think. Bob had another great story on tour that needs blogging. Mahogany TV and movie heart throb from the 70s, George Hamilton, bought a big old Natchez detached for his mum and ...
... acknowledgement that all this "greatness" was achieved while invading and occupying someone else's land, namely the Indian. The Indian contribution, if at all, is described as "pre-history" - what that means, I think, is that culture only began developing with the white man. You - the Indian - didn't write it down, we - white man - did. Whomever controls the past controls the future. and that's why we're in charge and you're not. What happened to ...