Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... play with this cute little dog that tottered towards us. At first I was happy to play with the dog especially since I miss my own dog, Izzy, very much. But then shortly after playing with the dog the owner (who is a stoner looking old lady) casually remarks that we should be careful because the dog bit its tongue earlier and is bleeding from the mouth. And of course just as she says that I look down at my yellow pastel shorts and find them to be covered in blood ...
... 4-7pm at Bacchanal. More dates to be announced on this website and the facebook group.
The bad was co-led by the violinist and Kora player. A Kora is a gourd instrument, hide covered and in this case two bridges and 31 strings held straight out from the performer by a neck strap and played with his thumbs. After the first set Speck was able to claim a table in the bar area where eventually Ross and Scott were able to join them. Tyler had been drinking steadily and ...
... Oh, and if you need a huge breakfast you should head to the Trolley Stop Cafe on St. Charles Avenue for good and cheap grub. As a bonus the place is open 24h a day. Yeah!
Texas, the Lone Star State as Texans like to call it, was a totally different experience. Kind of as expected I guess :) Dallas was quite pleasant with loads of good and free (!) museums (e.g., Dallas Museum of Art) and some seriously good Food ...
... later learned was maybe the best restaurant (according to more than one local) Irene's. It was fabulous. We left Irenes but the weather turned cold and we were tired so we returned to our hotel for the night.
After some research we decided to try the restaurant Jimmy J's for breakfast. It was close to the hotel and the reviews were good. We could not have been more pleasantly surprised. ...