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Hard Rock Cafe Biloxi
"Back in 1979 Americans Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton opened the first Hard Rock Cafe in London. Their landlord didn’t think they could pull it off so he granted them a three-month lease. How wrong that landlord was. Today the franchise - which includes cafes casinos and hotels - can be found in more than 63 countries. The franchise owns the world's greatest collection of music memorabilia and you can see it on display at its locations around the globe. Enjoy a prix-fixe menu at the Hard Rock Cafe in Biloxi Mississippi. Each meal comes with a dessert and your choice of tea
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New Orleans City and Cemetery Sightseeing Tour
"Board a mini-coach outside your New Orleans hotel and start your 3-hour tour with a drive to the French Quarter where you’ll find some of the city’s most classic architecture and interesting history.Drive past Creole townhouses and shotgun homes a highly popular style of Southern homes in the early 1860s. Peek into courtyards and pass by small shops selling herbs candles oils and amulets used in ancient voodoo traditions and rituals. A highlight of the French Quarter is Jackson Square a stately park and US National Historic Landmark.Pass through the neighborhood of Tremé and the lovely Garden District home to one of the country's best-preserved collections of Southern mansions. Here you’ll see the longest bridge in the world
From $47.00
 
Private Tour: Honey Island Swamp by Boat
"Your tour starts in Slidell a town about 30 miles (48 km) north of central New Orleans where you’ll find Honey Island Swamp — one of the last protected wetlands in Louisiana. Meet your private guide a native of the area aboard a custom-made swamp boat that holds a maximum of 10 passengers and begin your 2-hour exploration of the wildlife preserve.
As your guide explains the history of Louisiana’s wetlands and swamp ecosystem the quiet flat-bottom boat glides safely through the fertile swamplands
From $106.00

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Biloxi-Oceans Springs Bridge

During Hurricane Katrina, the bridge between Biloxi and Ocean Springs on US Hwy 90 was destroyed. Big chunks of it were knocked into the water like dominoes. Now the shortest way between the towns is...
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Taxis in Biloxi

Taxis in Biloxi are still very expensive. A ride from the Gulfport airport to downtown (about 15 miles) will run you $33... you can rent a car for an entire day for much less than that ($20 a day...
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Gulfport/Biloxi Airport

Gulfport/Biloxi Airport (GPT) is under major renovations and resembles the airport in Beruit, or some other war-town city. It is a tiny airport with just 6 gates and 1 restaurant (the Gulf Grille)....
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BILOXI TOUR TRAIN

Get acquainted with Biloxi on board the BILOXI TOUR TRAIN. Your enjoyable open-air train tour showcases many sites in Biloxi. Departs daily from the Biloxi Lighthouse Park.Adults $13.00Seniors...
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BEACHCOMBER TROLLEY

BEACHCOMBER TROLLEY is a Gulf Coast public mass transportation system featuring trolleys which take you to attractions between Gulfport and Biloxi. Day and monthly passes available. Discount fares for...
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Getting There

By road : The Mississippi Gulf is approximately an hour’s drive from New Orleans, Louisiana to the west and Mobile, Alabama to the east. You can take interstates I-55, I-65, or I-85 to I-10, then...
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Casinos in Biloxi provide free Shuttle bus service

In Biloxi MS.most if not all Casinos will provide shuttle bus services .At your hotel ,you can call the Casino of your choice and the casino bus will pick you up ,and when you want to go back to the...
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Biloxi Tour Train ,ready to show beautiful Biloxi

They tell me that this little train has been showing people around Biloxi for forty years.The Locals are calling this ''The Shrimp Train '',I donot know why , I did not see any Shrimp on this...
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The Trolley ,run by CTA, Coast Transit Authority

This Trolley , a replica of the Trolley's used early 1900's. They have rubber tires.This is an easy and relaxing way to get around and see what is happening in Biloxi.More than a million passengers...
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You can fly directly into the...

You can fly directly into the Gulfport/Biloxi Airport on Northwest via Memphis,Continental via Houston, ASA Delta via Atlanta.From Pensacola Beach, Fla. To Biloxi,MS. 2-hour tripGrand Casino Biloxi...
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The schedule of the Biloxi Tour Train.

This is the departure schedules sign of the Biloxi Tour TrainThe train leaves from the parking area near the Lighthouse.
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Top Hotels in Biloxi

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875 Beach Blvd., Biloxi, Mississippi, 39530, United States
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777 Beach Blvd., Biloxi, Mississippi, 39530, United States
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850 Bayview Ave, (formerly Imperial Palace Hotel), Biloxi, Mississippi, 39530, United States
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151 Beach Boulevard, (formerly Crown Plaza), Biloxi, Mississippi, 39530, United States
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158 Howard Avenue, Biloxi, Mississippi, 39533, United States
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280 Beach Boulevard, Biloxi, Mississippi, 39530, United States
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Top Things to Do in Biloxi

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Hurricane Katrina Memorial

The Hurricane Katrina Memorial is a moving tribute to the casualties of that infamous storm. The Memorial stands 12' high - approximately the height of the storm surge that came through Biloxi. It is...
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Lighthouse

This historic Lighthouse was built in 1847 and sits just opposite the visitor's center along beach Boulevard by the entrance into Biloxi bay. It was reopened in 2009 after restoration due to damage by...
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Beau Rivage Casino

Most upscale of the Biloxi casinos and also the largest, Beau Rivage has been completely rebuilt since Katrina and is now a major hotel resort along with the Casino who attracts major artists. The...
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Beauvoir

Last home and Presidential library for Jefferson Davis - President of the Confederacy. he lived here from 1876 till his death in 1889 although only a small portion of the 608 acres of his original...
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Beach

Biloxi's number one attraction our its gulf coast beaches, Although not as good as the white sand beaches you find along Florida;s gulf coast these are amongst the best beaches you will find outside...
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Treasure Bay Casino

This Casino was originally built to look like a pirate ship and sat out over the water. However Katrina completely uprooted the floating building bringing it inland. It has now been rebuilt as a...
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"Biloxi -- Weathering the storm"
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