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... didn't win big, we ended up only paying $1.73 for all day parking! It was well worth it and fun to boot!
After we left Harrah's and returned to camp, we made an unpleasant discovery. Remember how I said it rained all weekend? Yeah. Even in our tent, it seems. We spent a little while cleaning all that up but eventually sorted it out and got to sleep. Hopefully San Antonio won't be as wet. Keep your fingers crossed for us! ...
... all his gold, platinum and the awards he received in his life time it makes even a non musical Elvis fan realise the contribution that that one man made to the world quite possibly could never have comparison. Even the Michael Jackson legacy is tainted with some yuk stuff that diminishes what he contributed. The decor in the house is very hip with room that have mirrored ceilings and bright yellow walls with lightening bolts, thru to rooms that are completely covered in ...
... We then walked across the street and into the park. There was a golf course in this park. We ate at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. for lunch. We took horse and buggy ride through the French Quarter. We ate dinner at Oceana's. We walked around Bourbon Street after dark and stopped at many bars. We saw many ...
... acrobats and people painted silver to name a few. These silver people were everywhere. It's almost as if someone said to make a buck all you have to do is paint yourself silver and stand still...so hundreds did. I can't imagine it is very lucrative now that there are so many in town. LOL.
For lunch we decided to try the famous Muffuletta sandwich. The sandwich is made on a round italian bread roll and is stuffed with hard salami, ham, provolone and a wonder ...
WHERE WE STAYED
Bayou Segnette State Park is situated on the southern end of New Orleans, below the river that is, NOLA is north and east of the river, and we are south and west of the river, in a town named Westwego. The park is true bayou in nature, it is swampy, the levee is built around the edge, and there is a large operation as you come in where they control the water and the levees in this area. For a State Park, and for $18.00 per day it is will appointed, wave pool ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking