Holiday Inn Vicksburg
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... almost caused us to pull over. We continued south on US 65 through Arkansas, passing extensive farm fields of cotton, corn and soy beans. Continuing south on US 65 we crossed into Louisiana, then east on I-20 over the Mississippi river and into Vicksburg Mississippi. We stopped for the night at “Ameristar Casino RV Park”, where we have stayed ...
My body sure protests with humidity which it has been up till yesterday. Today it's raining on and off. It's a nuisance getting older hmm
So this morning was just used for catching up on things. Paul likes to read news on the puter, so I found that the hotel had one just calling out for me to use it!
Then after a bite to eat for lunch, we took a ride into the township. There are a number of museums, so we parked by one and had a look through this ...
Well I'm wondering where are the shops in this strange town? Maybe they are so well hidden one can't see them!
We tried to find a coffee shop, and could only find one in one of the main streets. That was pretty funky, and the iced coffee was just iced cubes with milky coffee taste YUCK. I'm spoilt by the ones in OZ and NZ.
... limited our choice somewhat. However, the three we visited were all different and interesting in their own way. Most were the homes of rich cotton planters/owners built in the 19th century. Stanton Hall was huge, grand hallways, high ceilings, intricate plaster mouldings, full of beautiful furniture and furnishings some of which was original. Longwood was fascinating octagonal house, it was only partly finished when the war started, so the family lived in ...
... Not much happened during the day. Stopped and bought coffee once which we drank with an ALDI cinnamon bun($1.69 for 8) bought yesterday. Lunch we had at green spot off the freeway. Again with food from AlDI. Ham and bread, avocado and tomatoes some more boiled eggs for the boys, followed by a tasteless pecan roll bought at John's favourite supermarket; Piggly Wiggly. He was ecstatic when Andreas, who drove at the time, spotted it, was able to ...