Brent House Hotel & Conference Center
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... there seemed to be a lot of tattered wings and very lethargic butterflies but the very sweet young girl there…Megan I think her name was…told us that the older butterflys tend to lose parts of the wings. Jym said we must have been seeing the butterfly retirement home. LOL. But the positive side is that butterflys in captivity live a lot longer than in the wild so I guess they are living longer. I also learned a lot ...
We headed straight to the French Quarter where the infamous Bourbon Street was flourishing in all of its dirty, dirty glory. One positive was that couples were more than welcome in all the strip joints...
Built in 1732, Lafitte’s Blacksmith shop is reputed to be the oldest structure used as a bar ...
... down the set, he wasn't coming back. It was a slow crawl to get out of the main stage area and onto the race track. There were only a few foot bridges that transversed a drain that was between the centre grassed area in the middle and the track itself, so it was a huge bottle neck as everyone went to leave. The festival was finished for the day. When I finally got out of the human crush, I dashed around to the tee shirt stall and bought a shirt. I had to. I always buy a shirt ...
Although we were disappointed to miss Jazz fest by 2 weeks, as our luck would have it Jim remembered that he has an old friend, Nathan, in New Orleans who he hasn't seen in 17 years and when he called him up, he (very glad to hear from Jim!) told us it was French Quarter Fest. This is a weekend long celebration throughout the French Quarter with 21 stages set up throughout the area, featuring jazz, r and b, big band, zydeco, and myriad other types of music. The ...
... dramatically. The highway right of way in northwest Louisiana is very wide with great swath of green grassy median, and green deciduous forest all around. As lunch approached we began to consider exiting to find maybe a fast food joint. We saw some road signs for a town called Natchitoches, and amused ourselves trying to figure out how to pronounce it. We pulled off at that exit, again just planning to stop at a roadside diner, when our Serendippity Bunny clubbed us on the ...