Comfort Inn & Suites
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... oaks were planted in the early 18th century prior to the house being built. All the tour guides were dressed up in period costumes. We were taken through the house, into each of the rooms and told stories about the history of the plantation and the owners over the years. There were still many original objects in the house.
The Oak Alley foundation was opened by the last owner to live in the house - Josephine Stewart and when she died the ...
... and Indians”, but it’s not until the big day itself that we see how we’re to be dressed.
The weather forecast for parade day is not good. Heavy rain is forecast for the first part of the morning but should taper off before midday. Our parade is scheduled to run from around 12 noon to 2 pm, so fingers-crossed, we should be OK. And old parade hands tell us that rain is invariably forecast, but in the previous 17 years they could only remember any rain ...
... at the end of the Canal Streetcar. We are surrounded by beautiful cemeteries :D
Our room has a four poster queen w/ memory foam.
He gave us a bottle of wine, fresh oranges and lemons from the garden, crouisants, peach and fig jelly, butter, whole cream, and chicory coffee.
We shared a glass of wine on the tree house, overlooking a 300 year old cemetery.
The hair is done, the nails are done, the bags are packed. We are ready! The weather will be cold, but hopefully it'll be a magical time with all of the Christmas markets. I'll miss my children and my dogs and my friends, but everyone is working and healthy. I'll miss mom's 85th birthday and Thanksgiving, but she ...
... planes that stretched for miles, before the mountains started again. This is real cowboy and indian country, the real deal. The houses that we saw were little more than shacks generally, some would have had no electricity even. Id imagine it would be hard living out here, but beautiful also.
Leg 4 - Arizona. Welcome to canyon country! We were treated to a beautful drive to finish off our journey. We drove past and then around and down through ...