Red Carpet Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8217;s a Greek Revival style that was built in 1857 by the brother of the man who built The Elms which is not nearly as large as Stanton Hall. It has stately Corinthian columns, huge rooms, furnishings that are of the period with some pieces that belonged to the Stanton family. Although there are five levels to the house only two are open to the public. Our tour guide was not very good. She knew about the history of the house and about ...
The singing was very good especially by the African-American vocalists who did songs from Porgy and Bess. Overall, it was an enjoyable evening.
Interesting note: Program notes included that the writer for the tableaux was Greg Iles, (yes the author who lives in Natchez), one of the queens was Madeline Iles and production assistants in several roles were Geoff Iles and Mark Iles. Clearly it was a family affair. ...
Sunny and warm, but not hot. Temps in the low 80' and a few clouds. A great day for house hopping. Today we tour three antebellum homes both in town and outside of town.
First, Brandon Hall 1856. This one is a stately Greek Revival house out on the Natchez Trace. In fact we drove on part of the original Trace to get there. It was the hub of a working plantation in the ...
... by our wonderful guides followed by a look at the only ironclad ship left. It was discovered 192 years after it sunk but rebuilt to give us a very good idea of its size and structure After a quick clean up, a tour of downtown Vicksburg shops and a glass of wine with new friends, we headed to Baer house to hear Gospel Singers. This turned out to be local Mississippians and children singing and getting us organized in singing and dancing too. It was a kick and good ...
... yes I said miles and miles of concrete. Can you believe the cost of that????????
Then we came across cleared fields of cotton There was one spot that did tours so we stopped but it was closed for the season. Bummer that would of been interesting, it had different examples of housing for slaves etc. Maybe we will come across something in a few days.
After several hours of driving, we crossed the mighty Mississippi River ...