Hampton Inn Vicksburg
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A change from the luxury of the Peabody - but at a third of the price excellent value. Plus free drinks until 7.00pm.
... was to visit the Wisconsin monument at the battlefield where my great, great, great grandfather's name is. After a long hot day on the battlefield, I found my hotel on Catfish Row and walked to check the murals along the river. A great way to end a great ...
You can get out and tour at different sites and also visit the U.S.S Cairo and Iron clad ship that was sunk in the Yazoo River in 1862 and was discovered by two guys with a compass. The ship was then raised and restored as much as it could be. The plan was to raise it in one piece but it broke in two due to the sheer weight of it. No one died when it sank and when it was raised a number of artefacts were recovered and they have a small museum ...
... an old ironclad battleship The Cairo sunk in the Yazoo River in 1863. Ironclads are quite strange looking ships. They managed to salvage Cairo (they pronounced it Kay-row) from the silt of the river in the 1960's and they have an interesting display of the ship and relics. This visit helped answer some of the questions that we had about aspects of life in the South. Vicksburg certainly did not impress as a food destination, a fact noted on Yelp, Trip ...
... were from the early-mid 1850s. This had at one time been a thriving Jewish community; now its weekly attendance is about 6-8 senior-age couples. We were welcomed warmly as we entered the sanctuary, and afterwards we joined the others for their regular Friday night dinner out.
Today, Saturday, 3/29, we are at the RV park at Maxwell Air Force Base, AL, for one night. Tomorrow, we will continue our trip on our way to Savannah GA.