Balcony Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... our boarding passes, get through security and find and get to our boarding gate all before boarding at 8-30am. I have set the alarm for 6 -30 and reckon that is the absolute latest we can get up (Paul has already complained about having to get up so early) and when we get up, he still has to pack. I have done all my packing the night before and typically end up stressing while Paul gets organised. A hot tip for would-be travelers- find a traveling companion ...
... of tourists in Orlando and head West toward the Atlantic Coast. We drove past the place they launch the rockets in Cape Canaveral and saw the Kennedy Space Center. No launches that day...
It was a bit of a drive, especially amongst some pretty horrible drivers, but we finally made it down to Miami, home to some of the richest people in ...
... cemeteries in New Orleans and is an above ground cemetery. We saw the grave of the Voodoo Queen, as well as the final resting place for Nick Cage - he's already bought a plot and built his crypt.
From there it was off to our Plantation tour at a place called Oak Alley. This plantation has been used in a couple of movies, most notably 'Interview with a Vampire' (Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt). We got quite a ...
... past the house where Marie Laveau the most famous voodoo queen lived until her death. It has been destroyed and rebuilt and is now different homes. She was a very interesting woman. She was a free women of colour. If your mother was a slave, you were a slave and if your mother was a free woman of colour then so were you. A very different idea. Her mother (half african/half indian) was a mistress (placage) to a wealthy creole plantation owner. Louisana had this society of ...
... fryer. The ground was absolutely covered in a thick dusting of icing sugar and everyone eating looked maniacally happy. We collected our little bag of steaming pastries and coffee and retreated to a nearby wall to taste this New Orleans classic for the first time. We were not disappointed. The beignets were incredible! Hot, soft and generously coated with powdered sugar (which promptly dropped all down our fronts and onto the floor beneath us), they were just ...