Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast
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... the lake, and the terminal building is a gorgeous 30's Art Deco treat.
The FBO at the airport booked me a hotel downtown in the French Quarter, so I could explore Bourbon Street. What else but Gumbo for dinner when in Louisiana, and walking the street for a while, I'm not so sure this is my thing..... It's an amazing site to see, every bar seems to ...
... about a quarter of a mile just to get into the parking lot. Once we were able to make the turn, we decided to park across the street at the Texas Road House. Seemed to be a popular option as many folks were joining us. Once we got inside, it was crowded, but nothing like the line to get into the parking lot.
Back on the road again and we only stopped a couple of times, and made it to the Marriott on Canal Street in ...
... is boiling! Considering we had ice in New York and rain in Washington, we now have 28 degree heat here- and it's so muggy!!! I'd like to come back to New Orleans in the future and maybe spend a while here, it's very 'homey' everybody waves and speaks and it seems lovely, though we are very aware of the dangers that can lie in wait at night. After the tour we left the group and headed to the Mississippi River and took a few pictures, before grabbing a ...
... I still had the migraine and it was the worse two and a half hours behind the steering wheel of my life. I thought I was going to die. We actually did have to stop so I could throw up because I was so nauseous :/ But shortly after I felt much better! After my shift was up I pretty much slept the rest of the ride.
Everyone had their shift, but last was Bryan... He would be the one to get pulled over in the first 5 mins behind the wheel. Luckily we ...
... which is weird. In the enclosure they actually have a bird enclosure and a fish pond so about two a day will die from that , there is about 500 butterfly's in there they were so beautiful, there was even massive moths bigger then my hand. It was really humid in there supposedly they are more active when it's humid and they have little bows with fruit everywhere because there love to eat it , and stunning flowers. It reminded me of visiting Perth zoo as a kid when they had ...