Maison de Macarty
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so festive. This is the area where to Mardi Gras takes place every year in the famous Bourbon Street. We stopped in a at souvenir store where the lady behind the counter was horrified we were thinking of taking our kids to Bourbon Street. After educating ourselves on how sleazy this area of town was, we quickly headed back towards the RV parking lot, not before stopping in at one last souvenir store to get a fridge magnet (we have started collecting ...
... through the night with Jessie charged with the task of keeping him company in the front seat while everyone else enjoys some much needed sleep in the back. Although similarly to when Jessie was supposed to keep me up, she has fallen short and continues to do “the Jessie dance” which involves bobbing her sleeping head up, down, left, and right and then every few minutes jolting up claiming she was awake the whole time. Regardless yesterday was ...
... own voices heard, and to put their own stamp on the New Orleans sound.
This was a great place to sit and Speck decided to start reading the Doula/Birth Partner book he had been assigned, even though his wife had decided to have the baby in a hospital with very knowledgeable staff to which they and their insurance had already given a great deal of money. He might have been a little unhappy to have to read about peretinum massage...
Next on deck was the Big ...
... and passed on their knowledge from generation to generation. Today we work inside a movement known as “Slow Design”. This movement embodies a way of working that embraces the long-term view over the short-term gain and uses age-old traditions to build products that celebrate strong design principles for modern living.” Alabama Chanin employs many local artists and designers (both men and women) and offers them a respectful living wage to create and ...
... to the city (literally), but today I am happy to take her advice. Paul still wants to use the bus but I actually insist and we get a cab and meet a very nice french-speaking man originally from Haiti who also speaks creole and Cajun. He is interested in talking to us about Australia and where we have been and where we are going. Love talking to locals, you learn so much!
We arrive at the hotel in one piece and it's a nice place. After a quick freshen-up, ...