Brent House Hotel & Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we are bidding NOLA a farewell. It has been fun, but we are headed back to the real world. Of course, we won't be leaving as soon as we hoped. The line to get our car is like everything else around here CROWDED. Charles may never get to the front of the line.
Charles just told me it will be at least 45 minutes before we get our car. He waited in line almost 30 minutes just to turn in the ticket and get that bit of information. Ugh....
Last night ...
We spent 2 fantastic days in New Orleans (NO). We loved the shuttle from Ponchatrain Landing to the French Quarter and ventured around the city with tons of new places to discover in the Big Easy! NO is a city rich in history, culture, and food that we briefly explored on this first adventure. Jackson Square included the St Louis Cathedral that had beautiful architecture both inside and outside. In the park there were ...
... walk around and find a place for dinner. Everywhere we went we saw little girls wearing giant bows and lots of eye makeup and finally discovered there was a cheerleading competition in town! We had dinner in a place called the Oceanic which looked small when we entered, but is actually about four stories tall with dining rooms on each level. It had a nice old dark atmosphere with brick walls and delicious food. Dale got ...
... which led to me riding the mechanical bull after some weirdo offered to buy me a ticket. In retrospect...ew. After I realized these bars WANTED people to be intoxicated. Their beer deal was buy one get 2 free... WTH??
Joe made buddy buddy with the shot girl, Vickie. So there were a lot of shots involved this night. Nick.... oh Nick... bought a whole freaking tray of shots... 40! Not surprising my night faded away from me a bit but I was told it was ...
... which wooden beams holding it all together. It was built during the Post Classic period ( 1200-1650 A.D.).