Best Western Vicksburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- 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 …
... we had steak! And of course we chose the restaurant carefully as it's desert night! We did pick the right restaurant indeed: - Chocolate Bourbon Pecan Pie Bourbon pecan pie, dark chocolate ganache, served with Amaretto whipped cream & caramel. Bluebell Homemade Vanilla ice cream - Anchuca Bonzo Cake House Specialty, Flourless chocolate cake, dark chocolate ganache, cheesecake, chocolate mousse, chocolate & caramel, Bluebell Homemade Vanilla ice ...
Saturday August 9, 2014 Travel Day The day started off sunny and hot, but soon turned overcast as we headed south on US 65. Crossing Into Arkansas we continued south on US 65 and I-40 East into Little Rock. We did not stop but continued straight through the city on I-30 and then I-530 south to Pine Bluff. Partway down I-30 we ran into a rain storm so strong ...
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 ...
... three square miles of land. The park's offices close at 5:00 p.m. but the gates remain open until 7:00 p.m. A 16 mile road weaves and wanders past 1,340 monuments, markers, and plaques commemorating and depicting the battles that took place 150 years ago. In a word, the park is overwhelming. The ravines, hills, and forest are plentiful and one can only imagine the difficulty it must have been fighting on such terrain. No wonder ...