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Went down to the Post Office in the federal building on Lafayette Square to send a couple of packages home to get our weight in the suitcases into the manageable range. When we came, we had to re-pack at the ticket counter, and were right at the 50 pound mark on both of our large suitcases. We were able to transfer stuff to the Rick Steves carry-on …
Spent the early part of the day catching up on the travel blog, checking e-mails, etc.
Today was the Garden District walking tour. We followed the script in the Frommer's guidebook and saw a wide variety of architectural styles.The book says to allow 45 minutes to an hour for the tour -- we managed to get through all of it in about three. …
Today we'll go out to the Art Museum once more and get in the Sculpture Gardens. We've heard that the Museum is free today, but the Frommer's says that's only for Louisiana residents. We picked up q number of students headed for the Museum, and one full fledged field trip. We learned that the Museum is free for everyone today, not just LA residents …
After breakfast the first order of business was to drop off the car at Enterprise and get a ride back to the resort. That was accomplished fairly quickly, and new 5-day Jazzy Passes were purchased for the streetcar.
JG has a list of fabric stores to visit, so that will be the focus for the beginning of the day. We walked downtown on St. …
So we got up, packed our bags, maneuvered the car around Maine's car (she was parked behind us), and headed back to NOLA. We didn't see a local eatery open for breakfast, so we ended up at a Waffle House. RC's omelet was nicely done and JG enjoyed her waffle with pecans and apples.
RC decided that going to Pensacola would be too much, so …
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center