Chimes Bed and Breakfast
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... drive, town with the best pie, best museum... Things like that. I'll think about them as I drive back and get the post up either tomorrow or Friday. I'll also include some stats like how many miles I drove and how much gas I used. Yes, I saved all my receipts.
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... t count for anything. I still had to do ALL of the reading and ALL of the essays. The thing that made it OK was, since I had done all the same work more extensively for my Masters, it took me about 67 hours instead of 140. Still! It was a LOT.... Then the Visa process wasn’t easy either. For a while I was worried I wouldn’t be approved because China didn’t like how many countries I had been to previously, especially in the last year. ...
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We sailed into the airport, having passed over the vast pains of the south and middle of the country and then found ourselves flying over the waterways just outside New Orleans. Once we had landed and had an incredibly short and efficient journey through baggage control and out onto ...
Our next stop was the Crescent City, New Orleans, Louisiana. While planning this trip there were two side locations I needed to visit on the way to my main destination – West Monroe, LA and Mobile, AL. I figured while I was heading in this direction we would plan New Orleans into the itinerary and consider it an inexpensive adventure as well as a place to lay our head. The best map encouraged a route through Mississippi and down into the southern bayou of ...
... of WW2. The exhibitions in the main building cover mainly the D Day Campaign and the Pacific theatre. There are many uniforms and weapons displayed in the galleries as well as many personal items carried by soldiers as well as neat little stations where you can listen to veterans tell their stories.
A word to the wise. There are some very graphic images on display. This is necessary and certainly not gratuitous, given the subject matter, but ...