Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... designated car driver; Anne drives the buggy! We drove back to Three Rivers Island, stopping at Brian’s Supermarket to buy provisions for our cottage. The range of novel and unusual foods was fascinating - spray-on butter, cans of cookie dough, tubs of pink parfait, massive 3kg cans of beans etc, but almost no fresh vegetables or fruit. The young checkout girls were intrigued with our accents and engaged Jenn in a long chat. We got ...
... He rolled open his packet of cigarettes. There was a large rock of crystal stuck in the top. He knew I didn't smoke. He was extremely perceptive about everything. I bet you $20 a could chase you down in these boots, as I showed him one. He burst out laughing. We talked some more, and then I asked him what we he want to be if he wasn't a coke dealer. He said I'd like to be a rapper. I said you got anything prepared. And then he started into this lyrical rap about bourbon ...
This morning we wer up at 4am and left the MGM Grand by 4.30 we were taken to the airport by taxi and boarded our flight to Denver, the flight was very smooth and for a change I had a window seat and saw some wonderful mountain ranges. When we departed the plane in Denver we found that our connecting flight to New Orleans was delayed by one and a half hours. So we found so wwhere to have a coffee and collect ...
New Orleans or NOLA or the Big Easy is an interesting place, very different to what I expected visually, where as Charleston was exactly like I thought! Yet another city with very distinct good and bad areas although when walking around its difficult to tell exactly where those lines are. The French Quarter is a mix of French and Spanish influenced architecture with narrow streets and plenty of people and cars on ...
... until officials cleaned up the mess, and thus the train did not arrive until sometime after 4:00 a.m. New Orleans is the end of the line, and they have to do the whole cleanup of the train, restocking, repairs, arranging new cars--whatever. Can't be done in two hours. So there we were: stuck with our luggage in the Amtrak station for five hours. Quite a few people were really hacked off, but I have to say I don't think one can really hold ...