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... great for cold weather as well as when it rains.
Now to the backpack... After extensive research I bought the one that looked the most comfortable and that had the best reviews from backpackers in my budget (which was $100).
My flight is booked, the train rides are booked... All i have to do now is book the hostels and the few attraction tours I want to participate in. Its far better to book with tours to avoid public lines since I don't ...
... to Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. However, Louisiana is a state of contrasts. The people are warm and welcoming, exuding southern charm, while the roads and buildings are in need of serious repair work! We visited the Louisiana State Capitol Building in downtown Baton Rouge, the tallest state capitol in the country at 27 stories high. We went to the 24th ...
... of downtown to explore. We walked through the Alamo and learned the history of this historic monument. Then, we strolled the historic King Williams neighborhood and toured the Villa Finale, the restored home of Walter Mathis who was responsible for much of the restoration of the King William neighborhood. Mathis was quite a collector and over 12,000 items are in the home arranged on the tables and in cabinets.
... as a swamp tour. We had no idea what to expect but it turned out to be a great experience. There were about 10 of us and a guide taking off in a boat designed for sliding through tight spaces and shallow water. We spent two and a half hours on the water going through swamp areas, a lake, and a bayou and viewing an amazing array of birdlife and cypress trees. We even lucked out and had some sunshine on part of the trip.
... bbq grill (keeping our no fried food oath) but gave up on spying a bbq diner - a real American dining experience. They had ribs too - meat falling off the bone, baked not fried, and covered ('smothered' is the more accurate local parlance) in smoky bbq sauce. The choice of sides was less healthy - corn bake, potato skins, fries etc. Our accents obviously confused the server who, not recognising our English, replied to us in ...