Magnuson Hotel Baton Rouge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a really long time ago - a different life that is so different from my current life. Tad and the girls were really interested in seeing my practice rand rehearsal rooms and lockers, and then we walked up campus a bit. We did a final drive around the full campus loop, and I showed the, the faces in the Sallyport. After leaving campus it was time for a trip to a Good Co. BBQ on Kirby. Once again, all five of us devoured our meal and I took such joy in seeing Tad ...
We left hot humid New Orleans to begin our trip up the Mississippi, and after collecting another car, we drove via Baton Rouge to this quaint parish as they call it St. Francisville. This time we're staying in a BnB on the grounds of one of the plantation houses called Greenwood, The original house had been built by a British colonist Barrow, who built it to represent some fabulous building perhaps The Forum ...
... to Tirano; Bernina Express to Thusis (planned but could not exit so continued to Chur); train back to Thusis; bus to Bellinzona; train to Locarno- in bed by 1030 pm! ("Thusis incident")
Day 25 June 3 T Locarno: Lake boat to Isole de Brissago; visit botanical garden; went to market at Azcona on return; dinner with Heidi and Ron; goodbyes to Luigi and Barbara
Day 26 June 4 W ...
... was the seat of Venetian rule for over 400 years and was built to display the power and wealth of the Republic. Much like our own White House, the Doge and his family lived in the Palace from which he carried out the affairs of state. Unlike our White House, the Palace also included a Senate Hall where 120 senators met, debated and passed laws. Masterpieces of Veronese and Tintoretto ...
... city via a well marked channel from an unseen terminal on the mainland north of the city. From our vantage point at a campo (basically an open area), Louis and I noted a "freighter" unloading groceries from the boat onto a wheeled cart across a canal near our apartment. We then noted several sets of stacked produce on the camp, each set with a piece of paper with the name of the recipient of the goods. It seemed to be the honor system in play. Also seen ...