Chimes Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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After New Orleans, we put in another big drive over to Thomasville in southern Georgia. You definitely need to get off the interstate to see the best of the countryside here unlike the South West as the interstate is very much tree lined so you don't really see that much. The Georgia countryside is nice, lots of greenery and old colonial ...
... to Aidan who is two, "...in a few years buddy, we can sell you a drink too..." The town was buzzing with tourists and we were just happy to spend time with the Kings and go to dreamy weenies, a cool hotdog place their friend owned. After a lovely weekend, we headed to the smoky mountains, but this was a long ten hour drive so we said our goodbyes the night before and headed out at six in the morning. As we were swapping it didn't seem too bad and we arrived ...
... onto the Mississippi River. From here, he somehow thought he was still able to govern. Obviously not and one night some particularly ticked off citizens sailed out to his ship and put and end to it. Some time later, Spain got word of this misdemeanor and sent over a particularly fierce captain who, upon arrival, slaughtered the men responsible and laid them out in the square to remind the population that they were in fact, Spanish. This wasn't the end of New ...
... nice, there was lots to get. Back on the coach and i watched the movie and did some reading.
The next stop was at the Louisiana state border rest stop, where it was basically just a toilet stop. Back on the coach and we headed to New Orleans, i read for a bit, then listened to my ipod. We got to the city and drove through and stopped at the hotel. Then it was unpack the coach and straight to the rooms, where i did a quick unpack, ...
... car and trekked across a few streets with our massive amount of luggage. We thought we got to the cruise terminal a bit early but apparently we some of the last ones.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE FIRST FEW DAYS OF THE CRUISE
- We learned that around 95% of the cruisers were above 30, which I felt had more pros than cons. People were always excited to see that there were some "young ...