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... the 'bottle picker upper' etc.)
At the ripe old age of 9 Lazy Magnolia is "Mississippi's Oldest Brewery", only a few years ago they were the only brewery in MS which is pretty funny. Many of the PVC pipes were held together with duct tape. An electrical engineer and a chemical engineer couple started up the whole operation!
We arrived in NOLA and realized our outside of town hotel was very ...
... be discontinued completely as is being suggested.
We spent 2 nights down in the French
Quarter, the 30th and the 31st of December. The 30th
saw us do some tourist things, like taking the St. Charles Trolley, which I had
in my mind that I wanted to do, and now that I have wished I hadn’t bothered.
The car was packed and we had to stand up for most of it, and then the line was
under construction out past ...
... heavy torrential rain, lightning and thunder in Pensacola. Generally it has been short sleeve weather but not beach weather. Some technical notes. This trip I did not bring a laptop or a netbook. The pictures were all shot on my iPhone and transferred to my iPad Mini. TravelPod has an iPad app so everything was then done on the iPad Mini. In addition, I have DropBox on my phone and was able to use WiFi to save all my pictures in the cloud. 500 pictures took about 20%25 of my ...
Started the day getting picked up to do a city tour..It went for 3 hours and we went everywhere...we drove around the French Quarter first checking out all the houses..So many Gunshot houses..originally built because you paid taxes on the width of your property, so they built them 1 room wide with no hallway..just doors and you walked through each room to get to the next..quite cute they are..so they have singles and ...
... The people who did the boats before us were totally soaked...so we went and bought some Ponchos.. but lucky for us they wernt required..
Our boat was a small one so there was only 7 people on board.. Our Captain was a local Cajun guy who was born and bred on the Bayou...we saw heaps of Alligators and our fearless Captain enjoyed teasing them with chicken meat to entice them up out of the ...