Clarion Grand Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... watched the ducks and geese play by the lake. We finished by finding the singing oak, a tree which has wind chimes hanging in it to the right of the museum on the lawn area before the big lake. We ended up waiting for the return trolley way too long in the hot sun. I was wondering if it was coming back at all. Finally it did arrive. We went back to the room and drank some water and decided to head down to the water for ...
... Rach settled right in on Worth Avenue, where you won’t get a home for anything short of 3 lifetimes of savings.
The place to be in Miami? Well apparently it was South Beach. This trendy location let us down terribly. With no surf to speak of and the beach laden with seaweed there wouldn’t be any escaping the heat for us here. ...
... Redneck driver bought the boat to a stop on the side of a canal and bought out his baby gator from his cooler box. The first we knew of it, it landed on Bec's shoulder. We all spent some time holding it and not getting bitten by it. Whilst we were there, we were visited by another Gator looking for a feed. Redneck Craig tried to get the Gator to play, but it wasn't interested. So after an hour and a half on the ...
... it was a local brew house beer so I went for a standard American water beer next. Nice and cheap. Locally brewed IPA beers are big over here at the moment. Everywhere I have been so far have offered local IPA's and they are the hip beers to buy. I finished up and moved on, I wanted to experience some local jazz. There were venues on bourbon street that offered music but I was told by Will that the real place for jazz was Frenchman street. So I made my way through to there. I passed a ...
... serendipity" event... about halfway along Royal Street we came across a jazz quintet set up unofficially in the middle of the road called "Doreen's Jazz New Orleans". We could have missed it as there were other mediocre unofficial groups, but this turned out to be the best jazz we have ever heard. It was led by Doreen Ketchens, a 30 something black woman on clarinet and vocals, with her husband Lawrence on sousaphone, a drummer and guitar picker, and a fantastic young man ...