Woodridge Bed and Breakfast of Louisiana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... beautiful blue, it was a perfect temperature and the sand was white and soft. We sat for a couple of hours enjoying the beautiful view, listening to the waves and watching the various birds near the waters' edge. George had a good time marking the movement of the tide and picking up "beach treasures". It was so relaxing. This was definitely a “perfect moment”. ...
Today (Tuesday) was pretty uneventful. We departed Danny's house north of Houston around 8:30 am with our target destination for today being New Orleans. This is a straight shot on I-10 East with the only item up for discussion being which way to go from Dan's house off I-45 to I-10. We looked at going on a secondary road northeast of the city to avoid Houston entirely but Franky and Dan both thought the would not be necessary. So we went south on I-45 ...
Monday 29th Breakfast by the pool again in our lovely courtyard hotel. Straight to the swamp tour of the Bayou in Louisiana and watched the alligators jump for marshmallows and sausages. Learned how to survive for a few weeks in the Bayou by harvesting rice and catching cray fish a basket and also discovered the origins of gumbo. All this whilst being eaten alive ourselves by mosquitos. More information about the devastation and ...
... drop off back near the hotel. Wine in the hotel courtyard and unwittingly offered ourselves on a plate to the hungry mosquitos. Later on and as advised by the silver tongued and silver haired musician we headed for Frenchman Street. Burgers in Snug Harbour while a jazz pianist murdered his instrument in front of a small and select audience in the back room. A few more bars and live music and it was time for ...