The Burgundy Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were decorated with bands, spirals and red colored hand prints. "The Alamo" was during the Post Classic period.
... floor, metal fronds of seaweed sprouting from octagonal columns and large metal fish sculptures hanging from the high ceiling. They were playing ragtime jazz on the sound system.
My waiter steered me towards the oysters, one of their signature dishes. The oysters are flash fried, drizzled with honey and hot sauce, then finished with a blue cheese sauce and a sprinkle of chopped shallots. Creamy and rich with intense flavours. Really good.
I ordered the ...
The moment we got on the bus we passed out asleep, we both had two travel tablets and yes they most certainly work!! We arrived early, 5.30am and it was still dark! The temporary location of the bus is in a parking lot with a Walgreens opposite so there was little there. There was a taxi that someone had called so we ran over and asked them to order another one for us; instead he decided to fit me and Ross and a man and woman into his taxi because we were going the same way, which ...
... I was reminded of part of the book Gone with the Wind where Rhett and Scarlet have their honeymoon. At Pat O'Brien's Alli, Sharni and I all ordered a hurricane. This drink was a $8 and almost enough to last a night with four shots of rum in it. Much dancing ensued with many necklaces of beads everywhere - very much a New Orleans tourist tradition. The next day we hit up the graveyard or cities of dead and yes, I am 100% serious. The second grave yard ...
... that one again, especially with the trillion mozzies floating around.
We found a little kiosk along the highway and went to explore a short path they had out the back. The mozzies found us within seconds, but the depth and density of the ecosystem here was impressive to say the least.