Five Continents Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... ridiculous 23 mile bridge - which had pretty views, apparently. Also as it turns out, Collis is not a natural born Navigator and she also can't work the sat nav, so we needed up going the wrong way. Finally we made it to the hotel and to our room however our hotel key doesn't work with the elevator security system, the wifi isn't working right, our tv has cut out for some reason and the Dinka machine is empty. However, it ...
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... we saw he had a flat tire, we offered to fix it for him and after he gave his consent, we replaced the flat tire with the spare one just like the local had done for us in New Mexico.
- We got paid $100 each for helping him out and were able to each get a picture with him to remember the moment.
- After the cool encounter with Will Ferrell, we hang out with him in his limousine and then crash in the car near a road.
... When we get the trolley back towards Canal St, we sit up the back amongst a group of school kids in their teens. It's funny watching their interactions and realising that some things never change; teenage boys are always trying to act cool and disinterested in the girls whilst annoying them as much as possible. The girls are busy trying to not seem too interested in the boys and their attentions. Some of these African-American kids are gorgeous-looking with ...
... it's gorgeous districts and nice people. The vibe here is amazing. It's definitely going to be a highlight of the trip and will likely take the cake. It is only when you delve further out into lesser explored areas that you still see the effects of katrina and it's poverty/crime situation.
Today Gus and I went on an all day bus tour. The tour went out into the plantations that are about 1 hour north of New Orleans and follow the mighty Mississippi River. We ...