Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vicksburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but it wasn’t raining so we had an early breakfast and headed off to explore the Vicksburg National Military Park. This was one of the most important sites during the Civil War as it was the corridor between the North and South and it was a crucial supply route for the Confederates. The town sits on a high bluff overlooking the river and there are also a number of swamps surrounding it. The Confederates never gave up easily and there were a number ...
... we had steak! And of course we chose the restaurant carefully as it's desert night! We did pick the right restaurant indeed: - Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie Bourbon pecan pie, dark chocolate ganache, served with Amaretto whipped cream & caramel. Bluebell Homemade Vanilla ice cream - Anchuca Bonzo Cake House Specialty, Flourless chocolate cake, dark chocolate ganache, cheesecake, chocolate mousse, chocolate & caramel, Bluebell Homemade Vanilla ice ...
... on our rainsuit because it was raining. I shot a video of me doing that so you can get an idea of why I am so reluctant, it is about an 8 minute struggle that leaves you dripping in sweat; time compressed here for your viewing pleasure!
The rain suit was, predictably, uncomfortable, but in the end I would have suffered considerably more without it as I drove for about 4 hours in the rain, at times very heavy. For about 90 minutes ...
... and start my drive. The trail is mostly just driving past all the union lines. So there are monuments to all the units as you go along. Ohio here, Iowa there, but there are the occasional stops along the way that I read up on with the information I received on entering the park and the battlefield app that I downloaded. The landscape is heavily wooded, the birds chirp, the sun is warm and the air humid, it's peaceful. It's a million miles away from the booming guns and the ...
Time to head for home. Up early for breakfast (6:30 am). Checked out of the RV park, Janet did all the hookup unhooking (prep for when I do get hurt she says -- notice "when" not "if"). Did very well. Janet drove "Winnie" out of the park to the casino parking lot while I drove "Ranger". I talked her through the process, and helped her hook the two vehicles together. Could she do it by herself? I'm betting she could get it done; maybe with help from another camper, but she'd Get 'R Done.