Woodridge Bed and Breakfast of Louisiana
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... and we'll all need an
early night after our midnight stop last night.
September 25th – day 144
Heading away from Florida today after
almost 3 weeks there was the end to a wonderful trip East and South.
Now the West part of our trip took us through Alabama to Mississippi.
While in Alablama we had some ribs from the Brick Pit. I was looking
for somewhere online that did good ribs in Mobile AL ...
Stayed in New Orleans last night and will be checking out Lafayette cemetery on the way to Houston today. Established in 1833, Lafayette Cemetery No.1 in the Garden District of New Orleans is a unique monument to a city which has known a tremendous amount of cultural diversity. Conveniently located just 28 blocks uptown from Canal Street and the French Quarter, and only one block from the historic St. Charles Streetcar line, it is the perfect ...
... Board. We select the three items board requesting two cheeses and one meat. They ask us a couple questions and then based on the whim of the cheesemongers and depending on what they are loving on any particular day, they selected something for us. The cheeses we are presented are a Comte’ Fort Sainte Antoine ($28/lb) and Rocchetta ($32/lb). The meat - Prosciutto Americano ($50/lb). For $11.50, we got to sample items we never would have thought ...
... us some manatees to swim with. We were given goggles, a snorkel, and a pool noodle to stay afloat. I had never used a snorkel, so after my mini-panic of trying it for the first time, we set out. The water wasn’t very clear; we could see about 2-3 feet in front of us. The manatees go into clear water in the winter season. We were all split up in the bay, and all of a sudden, I look down, and there is a massive potato ...
Today's forecast was still for around 84F but with 50% chance of rain and afternoon thunderstorms. The US has been suffering a run of destructive tornadoes in recent weeks but not near the coast luckily. There has been a lot of media time spent on it here. Well it never really got to anywhere near that temperature and the intermittent showers developed into continuous rain.
We still decided to do our French Quarter walking tour using the little book we had purchased the day before ...