The state that carries the name of America's most famous river is a bastion of Deep South hospitality, history, and music (Delta blues ring a bell?), with casinos (Biloxi, Tunica) and some great Gulf Shore beaches, to boot!

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Vicksburg cited in 'Themed Itineraries in the USA Satisfy Many People's Interests'

    Some people are traipsing through lovely landscapes as others explore history from days of North America's earliest tribal peoples to the present. Avid birders use binoculars to spot colorful feathered friends in flight while canoers and kayakers dip paddles into the water. At the end of the day, many of these visitors to Panama City, Florida, belly up to an oyster bar to enjoy freshly shucked bivalves prepared in a variety of ways.   These seemingly disparate activities and attractions…

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on our blog: Biloxi and the Beau Rivage

This hotel is truly a destination resort in every sense of the word. Though it is billed as an cceanfront resort and it is, it is not a beachfront resort. You must walk down the block a way to access the beach. The resort does have a spectacular pool area and separate sun deck that overlooks the water but does not have an actual beach. Knowing the damage the area sustained not only from the most recent hurricane but also from Hurricane Katrina I expected the beaches to be a mess. Though the…

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