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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... to wait a few moments to get to the pump. In the few minutes it took us to fill our tanks the incoming trucks had lined up onto the interstate exit road, waiting for fuel. Good timing for us.
New Orleans was our destination. With many business trips under my belt I had been to New Orleans numerous times but my exposure was limited to conference rooms, fancy restaurants, the ...
... it was bucketing with rain. We landed safe and went in to collect our bags, only to find they didn't come out on the carousel. Turns out our bags made the original flight that we would have missed from New Orleans to Charlotte. Luckily our bags were at the baggage office waiting for us, only problem was they were drenched with water. Outside the airport in Fort Lauderdale was chaos, the taxi line was huge and there were barely any taxis coming at all. We waited 10 minutes and nearly no ...
... an incredible haven for anything unique and interesting. It is the birthplace of American Opera as well as Jazz. A place to find yourself or a place to lose yourself forever.
This is the final destination of our trip, but in so many ways it is only the beginning of something incredibly new and fascinating. This will be the final entry in our Summer 2013 travel blog, but the real adventure is only now just beginning. Happy travels and we'll see you soon.
... also, are running out quickly of fossil fuels like gasoline. Not only are we running out, but due to foreign affairs in specific countries, it is not easy to access. We advise Obama or Romney to take our troops out of these countries in order to create a more peaceful environment with those who provide us with this fuel. Not only will it promote energy, but it may conserve and save. ...
... was nice. But the vibrations that rattled through it when the thunder crashed around us made you wonder how this house withstood Hurricane Katrina and many other might storms in the years it had been stood, but there you go, it still stood. Plenty of signs of financial troubles in New Orleans still with the roads being an absolute car killer with ruts and divots and undulations all over the place. Once the storm cleared we took the short walk to Canal Street to catch the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed