Candlewood Suites Avondale-New Orleans
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... Whether it's a night out on Bourbon Street or an afternoon stroll around Jackson Square, the place literally rocks with soulful sounds filling the air. This city has a worldly mix of culture, food and music, with influences from Europe, the Caribbean and Africa. New Orleans is one of the world'd most fascinating cities. Yet again, another American welcomed us into their lives. Our experiences in New Orleans wouldn't have been the same without you Nick. Thank you for everything.
... Go Tide” “Sooonersss” or when you head north O-H-I-O, etc. from
each state from each city. Man they get more people out to a game between kids
going to school they we get out to see the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the coaches
of these kids are making more money then the coaches of the NFL. It just does
not compute with me, as at home, most university sports teams are lucky to have
5000 attend a game, and I am stretching this by an extra 0, ...
... grenades had made a mess of us, that's for sure. We fell back to sleep until about 11am then dragged ourselves out of bed and walked down to McDonald for a hangover burger. We didn't want to waste the day in bed so we did more adventuring around the city and French Quarter. We were going to do a cooking school where you watch how they make the famous Cajun food like Gumbo and Jambalaya but we didn't realize you eat a 3 course meal while there and we'd just eaten ...
... in my head of a relaxed, laid back place where we culd sip cocktails on a wide stretch of sand overlooking crystal blue seas. Luckily for us tho, this was the case in Grand Caymen!
Grand Caymen - everything I was hoping Jamaica would be! I suppose because it's rich as hell makes a difference, but this was ideal. We were able to walk around at our leisure browse through shops and markets. We sat in a bar looking over the ocean. Bj went swimming but the giant fish ...
Ahhh, the Big Easy! Welcome to New Orleans. By this stage of our trip, I was now an official RV driver- having already racked up a 220 mile stint (about 350km) and so I decided to try again with the drive to New Orleans (although I opted out of driving the very first and very last stints through actual cities!)! In order to drive there, you need to cross the world's longest causeway and asI was driving at the time, let me tell you, it was definitely ...
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