Brent House Hotel & Conference Center
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... 8220;ghetto” of Illinois ranks in the bottom 20% compared to finding yourself on the wrong street with a “map-a-matically challenged” co-pilot just outside of downtown New Orleans. After discovering the one lane HOV passages Lorraine safely got us to our destination and we crashed for the night, having spent very little of our trip napping.
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... overbooked and they were looking for volunteers to give up their seats ($500 credit and put up in a hotel) - no good for us as we had luggage checked and hotel prepaid in New Orleans so we kept quiet. Its only a short flight to New Orleans but it went quickly. Ian and I were not seated together and I had a good chat with the guy next to me who was a cane grower specialist coming back from a conference and we talked about sugarcane farming in Cuba (my ...
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... You can sound them out, but they translate to "I love you," "You be a good boy," "What's happening?," "Hi good morning" (may be used any time of day though), "What are you doing?," and "I missed you." Our days are much quieter now and I miss talking to him among so many other things. I would tell him I missed him whether I was gone for five minutes or five hours, and it was true. Everything just seemed better and ...
... arrived and Kaitlyn enjoyed her lunch consisting of tomato soup, coffee and juice while I enjoyed a Banh Mi sandwich that Erika brought me on her lunch hour, we really cannot thank Bill and Erika enough! After about an hour or two with no setbacks Kaitlyn was ready to move on to solid foods. After a walk around the floor we got her a chicken salad sandwich (the cafeteria closes at 2:00p) and some more juice, she then enjoyed lunch number two. ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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