Magnuson Hotel Denham Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... position. It is a long narrow town with a steep drop-away on each side. There was a port town in the lower area called Bayeu Sara , but after a couple of disasters it was mostly demolished and some of the buildings such as the Methodist church tower were dragged up to St Francisville and incorporated. It is a very pretty town with pretty houses and we wandered around until we were cactus! This afternoon we ...
... we stopped in at the antebellum mansion, Nottaway, also known as the White Castle. The owner, Renolds (?)made his fortune from sugar and retreated to Texas during the civil war leaving his wife and 10 children to house sit. Fortunately one of his sons had become friendly with a Yankee at school and this soldier promised to keep his house safe, so although the northerners used it as a camp, ...
... banks of the Mississippi and the house tour gave valuable insights into the lives of both the plantation owners and their slaves. Then back into the car driving north on Highway 61 ("The Blues Highway"), halfway to Natchez where we settled for the evening at another old Antebellum Plantation, English this time, still run by a descendant of the original Butler Family ...
... and information. This makes sense I guess since Stennis Space Center was a shuttle engine test facility. With the Shuttle program ending, so did the operations at Stennis.
Unfortunately, the schedule has changed with the change in operations. Today the science center and tours were closed.
We ended up continuing to Baton Rouge to a campground and staying the night there.
... ahead or scanning the bank looking for a marker on shore. There is a constant flow of traffic- barges and tugboats and oceangoing ships, of all shapes and sizes, carrying an incredible assortment of goods. Landings along the river rely more upon tying up to large trees than mooring alongside docks.
Since we’re discovering America on this trip, the American Queen is a natural fit. It is a celebration of Americana and its history, and its ...