BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... when we stop for fuel. Scotty's bike won't start; the battery shows only 7 volts on the multimeter, and jump starting it isn't successful. We suspect the regulator so we change it for a spare I have with me, a couple of hours work in the sweltering sun, Catherine doing a sterling job pouring water over and into us. The temperature must be close to 40 degrees.
It's in and we manage to jump start the bike, There is charge, but then the voltage drops ...
... was the sax it made us feel like we were in a movie. We learned very simple songs that meant a lot to their culture. We soon were in front of a group of twenty maybe thirty. Our lips quivered on the instrument our fingers hurt because we wanted to be as perfect as we could. we rocked the house or turned up as we would say back at home. Soon after we said our goodbyes and we raced for our cab and headed back to the airport for our next ...
... s friend, Mirza. He called me and was so confused. He had my number saved as "Rami" and couldn't remember who I was. We had met previously back in Pittsburgh. I was wondering why he kept calling me "bro" in our texts haha! While I waiting for him to come get me, I figured I walk around for I bit. I started walking away from the hotel and a young boy rode past me on his bike and mumbled something. He slammed on his brakes and turned and looked at me. I said, "What?" and he ...
... Oh, and if you need a huge breakfast you should head to the Trolley Stop Cafe on St. Charles Avenue for good and cheap grub. As a bonus the place is open 24h a day. Yeah!
Texas, the Lone Star State as Texans like to call it, was a totally different experience. Kind of as expected I guess :) Dallas was quite pleasant with loads of good and free (!) museums (e.g., Dallas Museum of Art) and some seriously good Food ...
... and passed on their knowledge from generation to generation. Today we work inside a movement known as “Slow Design”. This movement embodies a way of working that embraces the long-term view over the short-term gain and uses age-old traditions to build products that celebrate strong design principles for modern living.” Alabama Chanin employs many local artists and designers (both men and women) and offers them a respectful living wage to create and ...