Maison de Macarty
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7am start, which was actually 6 am began with FaceTime with Steve's family. It was very much like a comedy sketch, we can hear you Steve but not see you, ooh you're back, oh gone again. Then after a quick breakfast and some pocketed muffins we headed to the car, she's been christened Darla. Darla is a red dodge avenger, she looks meaty, lots of …
... the rest of the country. There is great beauty throughout this land no doubt, but we have come to really appreciate what we have in New England with the consensus amongst the clan being we would not want to live elsewhere. We like the uniqueness of towns in New England, the hills, the trees, the seasons and the generally reasonable climate most times of the year, and the proximity to so many great things to see and do. The 7 hour drive to New Orleans ...
... to it no matter what time of year whether it be bright beads hanging from a building or the gay flags flying around. We ate at Pete Obrians It was an indoor/outdoor pub/bar feel. The alcohol prices changed depending on what seat you got in the venue. We sat outside on a cobblestone pathway between the buildings it was really cute. We had a real decent feed and it really well priced. There is a Harrah's casino opposite where we are staying it is ...
... we stayed use to be rated the #1 state park in Louisiana until Hurricane Katrina completely wiped it out. The entire park was completely submerged under water. They have rebuilt most of it but there are some parts they are still working on even now. Aimee was surprised to find they had free laundry as we hadn't seen that at any of the other state parks. This was a nice break ...
... s food outlet, it was lucky as this was the last petrol stop I saw for the entire remainder of the trip. Although the roads improved they were just so long and straight and the country side is very nice it doesn't change all that much.
Within the whole state of Louisiana there was just a single road side rest stop which had been closed, we kind of got the idea and as such needed to take a break and pulled of down a random exit hoping to find somewhere else to park, we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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