Brent House Hotel & Conference Center
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... told him about her gluten allergy, he immediately started naming menu items that were safe for her. He was clearly well versed in the menu and was very clear on what did nor did not have gluten in it.
Todd mentioned that they are known for their turtle soup, which Cheryl can’t have, said Todd. We started off with an adult beverage – I had a cabernet sauvignon and Cheryl a vodka Collins made in a proprietary way in house ...
Took the red and green trolleys across town to the gradin district. The self guided tour went through numerous streets showing off all the stately homes and gardens and took us just over an hour. Some of these homes once housed celebrities such as Anne Rice (the author) who grew up in one of these homes and then lived in another during her adult years. One home belonged to the family of the artist Degas...Another is the house where Jefferson ...
... to the glass allot otters are very playful, there tank is filled with loads of dog toys that they play with , I'd say there about the size of a beagle dog and they are fascinating to watch. The last highlight for jake ways Frosty the owl, such a cutie, he is a owl that was hit by a car and couldn't fly so he couldn't be released into the wild, he was eating a mouse when we got there. After the aquarium we did some shopping jake got a leather trench coat ...
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... br> Friday October 3, 9.30pm
Room 1444, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans
The streets were wet when I left the hotel, so it must have rained during the night. It's stopped now though still overcast, and a little cooler than the last couple of days. I walked down Toulouse Street to the Steamboat Natchez office and bought a ticket for the 11.30am cruise which cost $28.50 - $39.50 if you want to include lunch.
About five minutes before boarding an old lady on the top ...