Days Inn New Orleans Airport
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... waiting for the shuttle to the Holiday Inn. Finally arrived. Bone shaking ride of 25 mins. Hotel huge and so was my bedroom. Managed to msg Willow. Went to McDonalds and got dinner and breakfast. Then girls wanted to Skype when I got back. They enjoyed looking at the room. Isobel said "I love Oma" awwwww. Willow looked tired and hot. She said my Mini failed its WOF !!!! First time !!!! Ready for sleep by 8:30 here, as it was 10:30 for ...
... has given me some inspirations for shows I am producing this fall.
Following the presentation the last piece of the puzzle, that interested me at least, was what I would call the Hardware Pavilion that had various items famous to the conflict. There were various vehicles including several tanks, trucks and half tracks on the floor. The Dodge Ambulance, which saw service in NATO countries into the 80's. The ubiquitous Willy-Overland jeep which was used in ...
... a 3 hour wait for my connecting flight which just seemed foreverrrr! But finally got it and the plane was tiny! Then after another grilling at customs (I must look dodgy they grilled me twice) I was finally through to get my bag and head to my hotel! One very speedy drive later, I was at my hotel checked in and ready for a sleep! Bags down & ...
... decadent dining room, all chandeliers and rich furnishings in what I suppose is Victorian style. We were seated right in front of the fireplace, which was nice, especially as they appeared to want to create a truly Victorian atmosphere by making the room uncomfortably cold and then lighting a roaring open fire to make you feel warm. Quite bizarre in sub tropical New Orleans, especially as the hotel likes to trumpet ...
... of hours than drifting down the Mississippi in an old paddle steamer. Gina said goodbye to me at the gang plank as I was leaving and asked me if I'd been to Frenchmens Street yet. This is the third time someone has recommended this place, so definitely going there for a few drinks this afternoon. Gave her a peck on the cheek to thank her for all her kindness, and she gave me I be back. Very sweet way to finish the tour.
Stopped in at the Cathedral on the way ...