Passport Inn & Suites Natchez
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... texting him from POF as well. He called me back two days later and said he wanted to go. At this point i wasn’t going to be alone. i talked to Chris again, several days later, he said he was still going to meet me in Cancun so we could travel to Palenque to the rainbow gathering, he said " i feel like we were supposed to meet in the car that night and have this experience' but he had said that several other times...... still i will give him the benefit of the ...
We set off from New Orleans this morning and are now taking a lunch break in Jackson, MS after traveling up (half of) the Natchez Trace. It is pouring buckets intermittently. Mike says we are following the storm up north as we go. Boo. I guess we should count ourselves lucky for getting so much good weather the rest of our trip.
New Orleans was wonderful, but way too short a trip. When we got there Friday night, it was ...
... breakfast..checking into our wonderful accommodations at the Days Inn..$59 per night so we got 2 rooms to spead out..Man this is quality living !
We were just watching Mash and the TV was interupted by a Storm warning...Gale force winds 60 miles an hour and huge rains..so we have just looked out the door and its black out there..we will just have to wait and see if our Accommodations withhold the onslaught..lucky we are not on the road..
Ode to Biscuits
Biscuits are beautiful.
Basic with butter.
Even better with blueberry jam.
Breakfast at Bojangles bakes biscuits with Cajun fried chicken. Loveless Café serves them with preserves at dinner.
Fresh baked at Regina Charboneau's are the best, but not enough hills in Mississippi to burn off all those ...
From New Orleans I drove just a few hours up the river to Natchez, Mississippi. I have always heard what a pretty place Natchez was but I had never stopped to see it.
The main downtown of Natchez is built on a bluff high above the Mississippi. I started at the Natchez National Historical Park visitor center and strolled along the bluff, passing the French Fort Rosalie.