Lafitte Guest House
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and as she was dressed in an artistic-style (tie-dyed hippie), probably wondering what random nonsense they were up to. Last in line as usual, I overheard their conversation with the cleaning ladies and whilst trying to clean off the caked Mississippi mud from their arms and legs, reassuring the cleaning ladies that they'd take care of their mess, told them that they were spreading the ashes of her husband that passed-away recently. He was a bass player from New Orleans ...
... s friend, Mirza. He called me and was so confused. He had my number saved as "Rami" and couldn't remember who I was. We had met previously back in Pittsburgh. I was wondering why he kept calling me "bro" in our texts haha! While I waiting for him to come get me, I figured I walk around for I bit. I started walking away from the hotel and a young boy rode past me on his bike and mumbled something. He slammed on his brakes and turned and looked at me. I said, "What?" and he ...
... paint markings on them from when they were checked for dead bodies. When people were evacuated they initially didn't know where to go. She packed up with her family and drive to Memphis. The motel room they stayed in in Memphis got flooded too. People who were evacuated to the stadium were raped. They have done an exceptional job to rebuild and welcome tourists back to their city. It could be quite easy to visit and not see any evidence of the damage if you don't leave the French ...
... cycled through various areas and neighbourhoods both privileged and marginalized. Marigny, Bywater, Esplanade Avenue, City Park and the Faubourg Treme were all explored in depth. We learned that long ago during slavery, the Faubourg Treme neighbourhood was home to a large, prosperous, and artistically flourishing community of free black people. It was also a hotbed of political ferment. Here black and white, free and enslaved, rich and poor lived together, collaborated, ...
... and teeth and very proud-regal looks. Whilst most of these youngsters aren't overweight, we noticed last night in the park that a lot of the dark-skinned girls have large bootys, boobs and bellies. None of them seem to have body-image problems and it makes me sad for all of us white-skinned western women who struggle with the size of our bottoms and bellies! Who imposes these limitations on us? Looking around at all these big-bottomed girls I wonder why we are so ...