Balcony Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sense and made it cheaper for all of us! They were staying in the harrahs hotel (the hotel we stayed in, in Las Vegas) I didn't know there were a chain of them. It was really nice but obviously not as flashy as Las Vegas with all the dazzling lights! We arrived at ours, the concierge and receptionist just looked at us really strange, we explain we were early and he luckily enough had a spare room that no one was using the following night and was made up, so we checked in ...
... others to find lunch. Food however was not going to happen and instead I just sat there and watched whilst the others enjoyed po-boi sandwiches. We were then booked on the voodoo tour and headed to the museum to meet our guide. I lasted all of 5 minutes and realised this wasn't happening and began the walk back to the town house - well run actually. As soon as I was back I hopped into bed and here I stayed till the next ...
... adventure! Good news is hotel AC is working again - bad news the place is full to overflowing - can hardly move in the lobby. Think people must come in here off the street just to get cool!
5/6. On Bianca's recommendation we head to Camelia Grill for breakfast. Another must do! Went early to avoid the crowds. Only 3 other parties there. Consists of horseshoe shape benches with waiters moving up and down ,yelling orders to the cooks in the kitchen at the back of the room. Food ...
... for the first time using our new propane gas grill, which works well.
The great advantage of not having definite travel plans is that they are easy to change. Many of you were expecting us to head East along the Gulf Coast, but instead we went South and are now camped at a state park in the Mississippi River Delta. We plan on being here for two days and then...who knows?...but we may head West.
... other night I parked myself on one of the streets, beside a visiting Norwegian couple on one side and a Black family on the other, waiting for the floats. Frankly, the floats weren't all that exciting - large double-level platforms with some giant Greek mythic figure on the front and a dozen masked riders throwing things to the waiting crowd. The whole parade is about the throws. Folks clamouring for strings of beads (the most ...