Olde Town Inn
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... it for what
it is, and go with the flow.
Anyways I do not see why they have to
be so demonstrative, go live and love and enjoy yourselves, please don’t force
it on me. Anyways everyone is having a ball, and it is the place to be on New
That is until around 11:00 pm. the
crowd now is pressing. It is compacted, it is right licked and ********d and
the police are everywhere, as are the horses. Don’t screw with ...
... delicious fish tacos) and the best best ever Majito .... so good. Off to our meeting place for the tour, and just enough time to go to the pub and get yet another Majito .... nowhere (near as nice as the first one) :( This is a 2hr walking tour, very popular, there are 20 people in this group, as we walk around, there are groups all over the place on different tours, also horse and carts with ...
... the plenary address, as I couldn't tell from the description what the guy was supposed to be talking about. First breakout session was not very good--didn't really match the description, for one thing, and for another, it was about technology, and the speaker intended for us to access the Internet to do some things, only the conference organizers told her that was not possible. Speaker ...
... great cotton plantations, and marshy swamp land.
Over the world´s most awesome bridge, we entered New Orleans and the great state of Louisiana. From there, the roads deteriorated into potholes rather quickly. Camping at St. Bernard State Park, 15 miles or so to the east, our campsite was frequented by armadillos (!!!) and we were told we may see gators, owls, pigs, frogs, and rattlesnakes around the place as well. No wonder. It was dripping with humidity and I had a ...