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... down for the free breakfast. It was your typical continental breakfast of decent cereals, pastries, and a few hot items. I decided on a “Who Dat” blueberry waffle (the waffle iron was marked with a Saints logo), some sausage links, and a spoonful of grits. I read a few brochures and made a phone call. My plan was to head back to the room and shower, wake my co-pilot, and continue into the Big Easy to see the cemeteries and taste test the beignets.
... subject) Landed safely in New Orleans, picked up luggage OK but this time Ian finds that his Skimac luggage tag is now missing from his suit case. They were pretty cool ones, but his case does seem to have been picked on this week having lost his Wicks sticker yesterday. Got a taxi straight out of the airport and arrived at the French Market Inn, a recently renovated 19th Century Inn in the French Quarter. Our room had a huge bed and we quickly collapsed into ...
... party central especially with it being Spring Break. People overflowed over bar terraces & on the street where they mingled & bar hopped & drunk on the street. The street smelt like a mix of vomit, old booze & sleaze. Had lunch & beers at a restaurant called Chartres House on their terrace. While having lunch police stopped traffic and a band followed by an entire wedding party paraded down the street. Wasn't ...
... when he was along for the ride.
I enjoyed taking the puttie for walks in the morning when Erik was still asleep. They were never more than 20-30 minutes, but it was a nice quiet time for us to enjoy each others' company. I loved talking to him on those walks, and looking down to see him looking back up at me with that enormous smile. His ears would be flapping and his body would be bouncing all over ...
... an hour after eating and everything was going great. We were able to have the head of nursing contact our doctor and start the discharge process as we did not want to spend another night in the hospital.
As I sit and type this we are waiting for Kaitlyn’s final discharge papers to go through. I cannot say this has been a very good hospital experience and for the first time on the trip we have both really missed Madison (of course we ...
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