Canal Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Katrina exhibition, as they wanted to go back to the hotel. The damn exhibition had closed 10 minuets prior to my arrival GRrrrrrr!! Palm readers were lined up on stalls outside the museum which I was intrigued by! Hurricane winds rolling in, the Palm Readers all started packing up, except one. I decided to try my luck and approached her. Her first words to me were "You do know you have Attention Deficit Disorder don't you?". Ok, thanks for that. 'Btw I can't hear you, ...
... of outboard boat motors. Not much else to see in Tallahassee that interested Melva and I.
Its now off to Orlando Florida. One of the things that has surprised both Melva and I is the amount of green vegetation along side the freeways in Florida. A lot of pines, grass was very green and freeways were very clean. Again along the way we continue to have a lot of thunderstorms and lightning. In most of that there is significant rain even ...
... staircase all through the meal. Afterwards we took a taxi to the pier and boarded the Norwegian Dawn. We have never sailed with them before—somehow we never quite got the hang of brand loyalty and this is our 8th cruise on our 7th cruise line!
As I said, it is Spring Break and that was immediately obvious when we looked around and saw who we were sailing with! Instead of the usual crowd ...
... night consisted of 151 Alpha male Joe, smiley Nick yacking on Bourbon St. and Obliterated Bryan transforming into a whew girl and high-fiving every human being in reach (including the awesome NOLA cops on every corner giggling at his drunkeness) on the way to pass out in the car... Bryan was the loudest and most intoxicated person in the city on a Friday night at 7:30 in the evening. Needless to say our night ended early.
After we dropped Bryan at ...
... were decorated with bands, spirals and red colored hand prints. "The Alamo" was during the Post Classic period.