Lions Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... affected by the flooding from Katrina. More about that later. On the swamp tour we did not get to see any gators because they be hibernating and didn't want to come out for the bit of sun we had. We did see a raccoon, several different swamp birds, turtles and lots of wild pigs. All the animals are so used to the tour boats who bring marshmallows (of all things) to feed them. One of the pigs jumps onto the side of the boat and begs for marshmallows. I have a video of ...
... and I dropped a couple of bucks in their tip bucket on the way out.
Another bar, another band, this one called Balcony Music Club. They were playing Georgia and a couple were dancing slowly to it. I ordered a Go Cup of something with Jameson in it to see me back to the Quarter. Stopped at La Trobe Park next to the Gazebo Cafe and rested my aching feet on at one of the benches. It was so pleasant in the shade of the trees and with a cool breeze that I stayed there and ...
... outside in a dark forest ready to set off really early the next morning. Heading for Austin, Texas with the moto, keep Austin weird, where live music is played every night of the week and the bars are weird. Theo, a Tanzanian friend who had moved to Austin married to and American, Steve with two lovely daughters, Shani and Vanessa. They showed us the city, took us to a Russian restaurant that doubled up as a tango bar, keeping up with the Austin weirdness. ...
Arrived and checked into our hotel on Magazine Street…Country Inn and Suites. We were greeted by Ro who was awesome. He was so sweet and when I explained, as we were unloading luggage, that we wanted to avoid the $33 valet and park in the city public lot a block down for $25 a day he suggested it wasn't safe and we could actually self park in the garage the hotel uses for $16 a day! AND it has cameras and is monitored by an attendant 24 hours a day. Jym ...
... it was cool to see where it all happens. Dan even got himself a duck caller! Happy Happy Happy!
Unfortunately we realised we arent getting great data signal on our phones. Which was a bit of a bummer as it left as driving South through Louisiana, mostly without a map. In the end we made it to Baton Rouge, home of LSU. Colleges over here are crazy, this place has a live tiger in an enclosure in the middle of the ...