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... throw) or glow balls, or medallions, or, in the high profile parades, decorated coconut shells or elaborate glittering shoes.
I had been told that women needed to raise their shirts and flash their tits to get beads, but all you needed to do was breathe! There were so many strings if beads being thrown that it was impossible not to get some, so many in fact that your neck began to bend under the weight and ...
... under which the farmers and drivers scramble to get their product delivered to the mill. We could only imagine the impact these cold days were having on the harvest. I ended up reading that the 2013 harvest was great!
Stop 10: Houma - Along the I-90 corridor, there are many small towns to visit like Patterson, Morgan City and Houma. We made it to Houma but sadly, had very little to report about ...
... a very humbling experience. Many, many houses are still abandoned. She said the city lost over 100,000 people who left and never came back. After the tour, we ate our last New Orleans meal (for now anyway) at The Court of Two Sisters in the French Quarter. Great ambience, service and food. Would definitely eat here again. We had the Saints-Cowboys Pre-game ...
... as we panted along to a streetcar stop. By about noon each day, I was contemplating shaving my head just to get some kind of relief from it. The humidity and blazing sun make for a gruesome combination, and we instantly understood why everyone was drunk - whoever first started selling frozen daiquiris in carry cups here was a genius. The infamous Bourbon Street was chock a block with people chugging them as they walked along, adding to the distinct 'spring break' feel ...
... in New Orleans do not have a "whistles are not blown" policy like they have in Acton, MA. After supper we had microwave popcorn and watched "How to Train your Dragon" on video while the older boys and Dulcey took showers. Overall it was a good place to stop. Will Rogers said there were four unique cities in the US, Boston, San Francisco, San Antonio, and New Orleans. While we would have liked more time here, the boys can at least say that they have now been to all ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking