Chase Suite Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... great for cold weather as well as when it rains.
Now to the backpack... After extensive research I bought the one that looked the most comfortable and that had the best reviews from backpackers in my budget (which was $100).
My flight is booked, the train rides are booked... All i have to do now is book the hostels and the few attraction tours I want to participate in. Its far better to book with tours to avoid public lines since I don't ...
... state. Next, we visited the State of Louisiana Museum, a comprehensive look at the history and culture of this state. We spent an enjoyable evening in the hotel bar talking to a couple from Maine who were here for work and another family from New Zealand who were driving across the country on holiday. Next stop--Florida! We're hoping to find warm weather and ...
... game in a little German bar on the Riverwalk. Go Bucks! We stayed at the Crockett Hotel where we had a view of the Alamo out our window. The Crockett Hotel was built in 1909 on the grounds of the Alamo, where Davy Crockett and a band of Texan settlers defended the area from Mexican forces during a bloody 13 day siege in Feb-March 1836. It's a lovely hotel and right in the middle of San Antonio so we walked to the Riverwalk and ...
... a "Cajun napoleon"-- a potato cake topped with a crab cake topped by a poached egg topped by hollandaise and a few shrimp for good measure. (We're working on an explanation of how all that fits into our low-carb diet, but we still have a long way to go with it.)
We waddled out of Prejean's and proceeded to Vermillionville, a wonderful collection of original and recontructed buildings depicting life in ...
Outside of New Orleans you can tour the bayou and the sugarcane plantations. Both New Orleans or Baton Rouge can be used as the base for these tours. The plantation tour gives you a taste of the 1800s sugar industry when sugar was considered "white gold". Sugar plantation were run by the family and overseen by the Director (who inherited the role as the smartest child - male or female). The Creole saying was "my family is my business and my business is my family" and ...