Best Western Vicksburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I had a great night last evening, I caught up my KSC blogs, and then caught up all the way this morning. I was done around 1000 so I left a wee bit early today, at about 1030 and it was sunny and warm. I continued on my quest for a sewing kit to fix my wardrobe malfunction. I stopped at 2 gas stations and one 7/11 without success.
I was …
... was to visit the Wisconsin monument at the battlefield where my great, great, great grandfather's name is. After a long hot day on the battlefield, I found my hotel on Catfish Row and walked to check the murals along the river. A great way to end a great ...
... a Mexican restaurant a mile down the road. When we pulled up Linda said "what have you brought me to?". The paint peeling outside and a shabby interior, the car park full of massive scruffy pick up trucks, but we ventured inside and thankfully the Fajitas were absolutely the best, so appearances can be deceptive. The reason for coming here is to visit the B.B. King museum and Delta Interpretive Centre, to get started on our discovery of the Delta Blues. That's the plan for ...
... Arkansas and Oklahoma. We traveled west to near Baton Rouge, then turned north and headed up to Vicksburg, MS along the Mississippi River. Although the river was not too far away we rarely caught a glimpse of it. Going this far north allowed us to pretty much go due west and cover Arkansas and Oklahoma. A few years ago, when I contracted work with WPS Emergency Planning, they sent me to Vicksburg to complete an emergency plan for the Ameristar Casino. I stayed ...
... the first time we got to use our "parks pass" so we didn’t have to pay for admission! Yay! It took a little longer than we thought it would to go around the park, so we didn’t get on the road to Houston until around 1030am.
We took another historical byway down route 61 to baton rouge, the lower Mississippi great river road, that highlighted more civil war plantations and parts of the natchez trace ...