Mississippi

Probably best known for authentic paddleboats ferrying passengers up and down the river, the Mississippi flows through, or borders on, 10 of America’s states for over 2000 miles. Life along the banks has changed over the years from Native Americans hunting and farming, to when European settlers arrived to make their mark on the States. There are many well-known landmarks and cities along the length of the river, including the Gateway Arch in St Louis – the world’s tallest arch (over 600 feet at its apex).

  • Memphis

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  • New Orleans

    In New Orleans, you'll find the roots of jazz and a blossoming culture that has been long described as being unlike anything else in the United States. Founded in 1718, it is one the nation's oldest cities and has an atmosphere rich with a mix of French sophistication, Creole, African-American, Caribbean, Irish, Haitian, German, and Vietnamese, all creating an energy that can be described as something greater than the sum of its parts.

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