Wyndham La Belle Maison
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That extra hour of sleep didn't quite go to plan, as jet lag reared its ugly head. I think changing time zones and then going to bed at normal time didn't do us any favours. Rather than lie there at 1.30am, we went down to the hotel restaurant where Ted felt like a lasagne and I thought a hot chocolate was more midnight snack worthy. Luckily we …
... are on a small plane - about 24 rows with 4 in each. I have a spare seat next to me - Yay!!!!!!!!! Apparently the flight is about 1.5hrs so hopefully I can get in a snooze. Nope didn't happen lol Landed in New Orleans and their very 1980s inspired airport. Caught our first cab on the trip to get to our hotel in New Orleans. Flat rate thank goodness and a very NOT talkative driver at all lol We get to Grenoble House on Dauphine st in the French Quarter (a block ...
New Orleans: Art $80
-bracelet (cloth on beach) $1
-coral stolen from the ocean
-wooden bowl $30 (bartered)
-wooden earrings $8
-Coffee liqueur, fruit liquer $20
-Tequila (3 bottles) $30
-Margaritavilla (tshirt for dad and myron) $39
-Tshirts, vanilla extract, tequila ...
... in Dar. We spent a day and a night meeting both families, who would have thought our appointment card would have been so full in Raleigh! We didn't have time to sight see as we were doing something better, seeing friends. Coming full circle on our USA road trip we had another Greenacres reunion, staying with Meron, with Tabu and Annie living across the hall. We spent a weekend crossing Maryland, Virginia and going into DC. Tom and I wanted a tour of the ...
... Sunrise. Friday night was big music night, Bourbon street was buzzing with weekend visitors and party people and so we started sedately with Matt the guitar player in Margaritaville. He was very a funny midget, a description he gave himself, and made up his own words to songs. When we asked him for a british song gave us a rendition of the battle of New Orleans. How Rude! We went onto a zydeco bar where ...