Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... has a plastic wash basket full to the brim with shrimp. He poured this straight onto the table and everyone lined the trestles and dug in till we had our fill. It also included corn, and sausage and was delicious. Not bad for a $10 US cover charge for band and shrimp boil.
Robert Wolfman Washington and his drummer and organ player were fantastic.
Taxi home to Lamothe House on Esplanade ...
... and chapter level. Charles had no idea he was getting the award and was totally surprised. I knew because he told them he was not coming to convention this year. They called me an told me about the award and asked if I could get him there. My response was "No problem. I love New Orleans and I can find a way." It was a piece of cake and here we are. It was a terrific evening and I am so glad we came. They had a guy demonstrate how to make the sauce ...
... br> That afternoon, we took a boat tour of the Tortuguero Canals, part of Tortuguero National Park, with an affable and knowledgable Costa Rican guide pointing out inguanas, birds, small crocodiles, bats, sloths, two kinds of monkeys, and more.
We’ve had enough river and rainforest tours on this trip that I’m getting blasť about about seeing these exotic animals, but it is remarkable trying to ...
... took us almost our complete 2hr stop over to get through immigration, pick up our bags and go through customs. The next plane, to Dallas, also left on time and we made the connection through to New Orleans and we and all bags arrived safely. A taxi took us to our BnB and the lock box and keys all worked as planned which was a relief at by now it was midnight local time and about 24 hrs since we left ...
... Orleans was a 3 day buggy ride from these homes and everyone would go to town of Mardi Gras after harvest to find a prospective partner .
The entry fee was $ 17 and this house was at one time empty and full of cows. It was so interesting and sad to see how they and the slaves lived that time.
They took us to another amazing restaurant where we had the bet seafood. ...