Five Continents Bed and Breakfast
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... What did that guy want? I said he wanted $80 to go to the Super 8. How does $30 sound? Done. I jumped in the back. We arrived at the hotel, and I gave him $40. I was safe. What was my safety really worth? I went upstairs as the lift was taking too long and I opened the door. Here's Jock tucked into bed, fast asleep, and without a care in the world. I was flabbergasted that he'd just left Bourbon Street and gone home with Mr Larry without even checking his phone. He ...
... is a great place to visit.
A night out to Bourbon street for the adults was a good way to relax, tasting some of the unique food and drinking to many Bourbons made for a slow start the next day.Bourbon St. is a bit like Hindley St on steroids with people everywhere and bars,cafes and gift shops scattered along the street. ...
... I particularly wanted to see. We rode a ferry across the Mississippi River, and he drove us over high bridges so we could get a bird's eye view of New Orleans, not on the agenda for most tourists. We spent most of the day with Jim; I was so sad to see him leave by late afternoon, but he lives an hour away, and the enormous thunderheads had been building up overhead for quite awhile, forecasting "hellacious rain" (his words). During the weekend ...
... table of 6. Can't remember the girl on the left's name but she only got married last Saturday and she and her husband are doing the tour for their honeymoon. The girl in pink is Tammy. We seem to have hit it off quite well and have been shopping.
This was the view of New Orleans as we sailed down river.
We passed boats, barges and ships along the ...
... confab and decided we didn’t have any
identity issues to prevent us from enjoying the minimalistic décor, cheap
drinks (12 dollars for four drinks and the cocktails were a long pour), and
wrist flapping of our hosts and the rest of the group.
We wandered Bourbon street stopping to check out the live
music venues then settled in a restaurant for some Louisiana food. Karen and