Fairchild House Bed and Breakfast
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John Doe No 24 by Mary Chapin Carpenter is a haunting ballad and tells of Lewis on St Charles Avenue. I had an idea in my head of what it might be like and it is just like that! Spooky. We are staying in Prytania Street, which runs parallel to St Charles. It is an exquisite mix of Plantationesque Victorian and old colonial houses. Play the …
... the day it had been raining so I was driving along with the windscreen wipers on, when suddenly one of them broke and it was bouncing around and kept hitting the windscreen and we thought it was gonna break through and I had to have the wipers on occasionally as I couldn't see and we were in the middle of road works so couldn't pull over and it was poising down - it was so much fun - so we had taped up (fixed) the windscreen ...
... list-style-type: disc; list-style-position: outside;">The Murals Structure, This building is thus called because of the
fragmented murals discovered within it, which were painted with vivid colors of red, blue, ochre and black, and was covered with geometric motifs, stepped lines, Grecian frets, spirals, ...
... LA at 2:30.
NOLA was amazing. New amongst old and destroyed next to newly rebuilt. Bourbon street was the same as always. Stinky and packed. We had a couple of drinks and had a great time people watching. I even got lucky enough to see a boob flash!
We stayed in a really nice RV park - the drive up to it was scary and Nita almost asked me to turn around but was happy with the place once we were settled.
... 1 year to decompose, after a customary period of 1 year and 1 day the lid is lifted and another body put on top. Pretty crazy, huh) New Orleans has several drainage channels and giant pumps that pump water out of the city. The main reason katrina demolished New Orleans wasn't necessarily the 350kmh winds. It was more the fact that the storm itself caused a lot of the water from the Gulf of Mexico to rise and push over towards New Orleans. This caused the protective ...