La Quinta Inn & Suites Brandon Jackson Airport E
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After breakfast, we drove into Jackson to the Mississippi Arts Center where the International Museum of Muslim Culture is housed. We walked in and browsed two art galleries of local artists' works in various mediums before hitting the Muslim museum. In the Muslim museum we first watched two movies before walking the exhibits. Saw a lot that I already knew from all of the students doing research on Islam and ...
After breakfast, we travelled from Natchez (Vidalia, LA) to Vicksburg, MS where we first visited the Biedenharn Coca Cola Museum in downtown Vicksburg. As we were parking, we saw some young girls with sashes and crowns with their mothers who had name tags. Whar is going on, a beauty contest on a Thursday morning? Then we entered the museum, and there were two beauty contestants sitting inside. I inquired ...
We left New Orleans for Jackson, Mississippi, as we (Louisa) was inspired by the famous Johny Cash Song..... Jackson!
Jackson was en route to our next big destination, Clarksdale, however over the last couple of years in Carnarvon we (in particular Louisa) had grown to like a bit of country music and Jackson was one of her Carnarvon songs and so it was a must see on the trip.
Jackson is the capital of the Mississippi and there really isnīt much to ...
Arrived in the capital after a long drive we headed straight to camp matt gave us a quick demo on how to set up the tent and off we went ed telling me what to do and obviously i was doing it all wrong, set up camp and had chicken fajitas and settled ourself in to a VERY cold campsite. Ed was head fire maker ... Obviously being the "outdoors man" after a few failed attempts the fire was blazing and we cracked open the marshmallows and s'mores and huddled in around the fire with ...
... I get to Port Gibson and find this small town has an massive old manufacturing plant here. Closed along time ago and being overrun by nature, it looked like an interesting place to explore. But I didn't have time. I continued up the road passing old churches that were here during the war and were nothing more then a single room wooden cabin. I finally reached what I really came here to see. The windsor ruins. I had ...