Isle Of Capri Casino Hotel Natchez
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- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A steam engine is used to drive the paddle wheel. This steam engine is basically the same as steam engines of the last century.
The American Queen's stern wheel is driven by a four cylinder, horizontally-inclined, tandem-piston, steeple compounded, double-acting reciprocating steam engine.
The engine came from the U.S army ...
... family mansion, nicely furnished and with friendly volunteers.
Last stop was to the lower Mississippi museum which had some very good exhibits including models of river boats over the years.
After lunch paid another visit to the engine room.
The show tonight was songs from Broadway - very good indeed, especially the black girl singing ...
Today was a lovely, scenic drive at a slow pace. We drove on the west side of the Mississippi River then crossed over to the east to go into Natchez.
On getting to Natchez we stop at the Visitor Centre first. Again there is displays and story boards telling the history of the area. We get a few suggestions and decided to do a slow drive through town on the way to the Campsite. Town ...
... feet high. The mound was used for ceremonies and group events. Archeologists believe that Indians dug the dirt elsewhere, brought it here in baskets and pounded it flat with their feet. What a big job!
Other stops along the way point out places where other inns/taverns once were, where creeks were, near a Civil War battle site, the lower and upper boundaries of the Choctaw nation and the ...
... as "Under The Hill" is presented in a light of curious albeit grotesque fascination. Here, beginning with the Spanish, then the French, countless Indians were slaughtered, slaves were bought and sold, in fact the only thing that went cheaply amongst the debauchery and pestilence was human life. Today, it's a tourist attraction, but not in the same stark, confrontational way that something like Auschwitz is presented. This is more chimerical. The narrative ...