Lions Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Well, after we left Bearizona in the late afternoon, we knew we would had to do a little bit of night driving to make it to Albuquerque, Arizona. Just after sunset and with still about 2 hours of driving to go, the heavens opened (the first bit of rain we had seen since New York) and Andrew suggested we rather cut the journey short and find a place to stay. We took the first off ramp and into the little town of Grants. We found an RV park as we exited ...
... him—we weren’t expecting too much for a Monday night). After we all split 2 cocktails (yes I understand this was a strange practice) and tried a few of the local brews the place started to fill up and by 11 the place was erupting with music, dancing, laughter, and the MC asking for tips. Even Sean who has been to Frenchman a hundred times before had never seen something quite as spectacular as this show that we happened to stumble into. The bass and ...
... was hung from the ceiling. A hook was sticking out of a beam. You had to pull the washer back and let it go to try and get it hooked. Pretty simple, but tough. I tried it out and ended up hooking it the first time! The girl and guy sitting at the table by the game were like "That was awesome!" and gave me a high five. We went back to Gasa Gasa and caught the next band. They were really good, but after a while I started to get antsy and wanted something a little more upbeat. Before ...
... and music along the way. The best part was the jazz group and brunch at Mandeville and I especially enjoyed the Abita Mystery House in Abita Springs. Weird and wonderful and out of this world. This museum of sorts is the brainchild of local artist John Preble and pokes fun at everything “southern” like Mardi Gras, Cajun Chefs, UFO landings and alligator wrestlers. The quirky roadside attraction pays tribute to anything (bottle caps) and everything (a maze ...
... to allow for contingencies and arrive with about half an hour to spare so that I can figure out which gate we have to be at and get some coffee without having to run or rush.
So this morning, we have to check out of the hotel, get back our cash deposit, put petrol in the car, get to the car rental drop-off at the international terminal of the airport, return the car and have it checked over, get from that terminal by shuttle to the domestic ...