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You're Going to Love Biloxi

Biloxi, on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, delights visitors with a colorful blend of old Southern charm and modern gaming attractions. With a stunning historic district, an art museum designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, and several casinos and golf resorts, Biloxi is teeming with activity.

Settled by the French, Spanish, and British, Biloxi was severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Since then, the city's historic sites have been restored to their former glory. From the Old Biloxi Library to Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis' home, Biloxi is the quintessential Southern city.

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With a humid subtropical climate, Biloxi endures monsoon season during the summer and fall. Winter and spring are dry, with highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s.

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Where to Stay in Biloxi

Aside from the casino hotels, Biloxi has a host of reputable chain hotels, such as the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Biloxi, the Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Biloxi-D'Iberville, and the Best Western Oak Manor, as well as picturesque guesthouses like the Tux Creek Inn and Chateau Blessey.

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Shopping Streets

The Edgewater Mall on Beach Blvd has a huge selection of shops, and the Howard Avenue Emporium features antique furniture, local pottery, jewelry, and woodworks.

Groceries and Other

Winn-Dixie carries all grocery staples and Fayard's Poboys is a local favorite for take out. Biloxi is less expensive than other US cities, with a dozen eggs averaging $2.66 and a gallon of milk $3.78.

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C$ 2.88
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A pair of jeans
C$ 47.92
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Single public transport ticket
C$ 0.39
C$ 2.43

Where to Eat in Biloxi

The Half Shell Oyster House features Cajun and Creole cooking, such as shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes and crab cakes. Entrees average $24. Mary Mahoney's Old French House showcases upscale Southern fare, such as Half Lobster Georgo and Sisters of the Sea Au Gratin at $38.

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