Holiday Inn Biloxi

1686 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, Mississippi, 39531, United States
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XMas lights

by kandj1274

I am fairly new to the area and I am wondering what the good areas (specifically) are to go look at Christmas Lights? In my old home town there were web listing of good areas to go see some lights, andone have any suggestiong?
Thanks and happy holidays!
K

Re: XMas lights

by kandj1274

Well just in case anyone else is looking here is some info. Sry ranger I just googled something and this site poped up so if anyone else is searching they might come across as well, nothing wrong with getting info out there
Brighton Place in Gulfport off Lorraine Cowan Road, north of Pass Road, left on Taylor at St. Mark’s, right on Victoria into Brighton Place…. And much better is The Estates of Penny Lane in Long Beach near Beatline, left on Johnson road you can’t miss it. It’s REALLY nice.

Thanks for watching, welcome to South Mississippi!

Travel Tips for Biloxi

Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville

by grandmaR

Apparently everything else in the area was destroyed by Katrina except the lighthouse and the statue of Pierre Lemoyne D'Iberville which was next to it. Looking very shorn and tentative, I must say - the statue that is - the lighthouse is cast iron and looked fine.

He (old Pierre) was the founder of French Louisiana in case you were wondering. Many sites and landmarks were named to honor Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville. They include (from wikipedia):

* Avenue Iberville, located in Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada;
* Rue D'Iberville and the adjacent D'Iberville metro station in Montreal, Quebec;
* The provincial electoral district of Iberville, Quebec;
* The city of D'Iberville, Mississippi;
* Iberville Parish, Louisiana;
* Rue Iberville in New Orleans Louisiana
* A number of French ships, notably:
o A toperdo aviso, one of the first French ships to be designated as a "contre-torpilleur" (destroyer);
o A colonial sloop scuttled in Toulon on the 27 November 1942.

TYPICAL SOUTHERN HOME IN BILOXI

by LoriPori

Hans and I were driving through the neighbourhoods of Biloxi when we came across this beauty. I particularly like the screened porch upstairs and thought to myself how nice it would be to sit outside at night and not be bothered by mosquitos. This house is typical of many homes in Biloxi.

Local Vietnamese Population

by Ewingjr98

There is a large Asian population in Biloxi bolstered by a large contingent of Vietnamese. The Vietnamese have a huge Buddhist Temple and a Catholic Church side by side on Oak Street, and they run numerous markets, shops, and restaurants.

Many of the first returnees after Katrina were the Vietnamese who survive on the local fishing/seafood industry. In fact, Vietnamese began arriving in Biloxi in the 70s and 80s and really revitalized this industry as they were happy to accept lower paying jobs that others refused.

Biloxi is on a peninsula. We...

by bdbrewer

Biloxi is on a peninsula. We are surrounded by water. You never drive anywhere without having a view of the water. This is our back bay. I live a block and one half off of the back bay and less than a mile from the front beach.

beauvoir

by doug48

biloxi's most famous historic attraction is beauvoir the final home of confederate president jefferson davis. beauvoir is a beautiful ocean front estate built between 1848 and 1852. jefferson davis bought the property in 1879 and lived there until his death in 1889. beauvoir was first opened to the public in 1941 and is listed on the national register of historic places. along with the house you can visit the jefferson davis library and the confederate cemetery. beauvoir was heavily damaged by hurricane katrina in 2005 and has been recently restored and reopened to the public. see the attached web site for admission and times.

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Address: 1686 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, Mississippi, 39531, United States