Super 8 Vicksburg MS
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... snake jewellery etc. The bathroom door handle was antlers and it was very southern. We met the chef who was putting together a fabulous sounding dinner menu for the evening but we were heading on.
Yes, Wendy - even the Carlton scarf got an airing too.
Another 90km on, we arrived at the hotel - hot, tired and ready for a shower, cool drink and time to relax. Tomorrow, it's down to New Orleans for a couple of ...
... ammo but no food. Dogs and cats became scarce and the fastest living animal on earth was the last surviving chicken in Vicksburg. Finally, on July 3, 1863 the Confederate commander, General Pemberton negotiated for a surrender, one day after the victory at Gettysburg.
Today, Vicksburg is still a bustling port city with cotton, soy beans, and corn being the primary product being shipped ...
Thursday, June 27, 2013 The sun was out today and a heat advisory was in effect. With the humidity the index was 105. They had the longest run today... it wound back and forth across the state lines and zigzagged covering a lot of miles.
Jim and my route was a straight shot down I-55 to Jackson, MS and straight over to Vicksburg MS and it was 270 miles. As we headed down south, along ...
About a 3 hour drive to Vicksburg. Stayed at Ameristar RV. It has a very large hotel and casino that looks like a riverboat right on the water. All the grounds in this area very nicely manicured. Lots of casinos on the river. We had a pool, free wifi, free cable (but remember our TV is busted) all for $22.50. This was not crowded at all.
5 minutes to the Vicksburg National Military Park. Watched the 20 minute ...
... the whole time I was
going 15 mph with one dip down to 12 but also one up to 20. Seb of
course was going a solid 20 mph the entire time. I pulled into the
place to meet everyone at about 8:25 and it was kind of crazy to
think that I had already biked 15 miles before people at school had
even started their classes.
Seb and I ended up waiting there for
the next hour because unbeknownst to us Ale got a flat. We then ...