Super 8 Slidell
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... them. Just couldn't get ourselves to trying them though (we actually didn't go out to eat so that was our excuse).
On Tuesday 4/8, we left and headed for Slidell, LA where we will be staying three nights at the Pine Crest RV Park while we visit New Orleans. The park is really nice and homey - surrounded by big pine trees. The people running the park are just so nice and provided lots of information on what to ...
... staying on main roads , stopping only once on the way to buy some chocolate for our to in bed, we did go for a quick swim but got kicked out by security they were so surprised to see people swimming in a storm haha well that's me and Jake haha, we curled up in bed in the warm and watched NCIS because bones wasn't one. No blog for the 20 th we are at the airport now waiting to board our flight to Orlando :) bring on Disney World . Thanks for reading Katie & ...
... even if the room is skanky. I don't think it gets cleaned ever. They tell me about the streetcar that takes you downtown so I head out to do that. Walk along the river and I explore the French quarter for a while, find somewhere for some lunch and have some jambalaya. It is so hot!!!! Like insane heat, the air is so thick and muggy and I'm just about the sweatiest person here. So I decide ...
... and Japanese war that the Marines, pilots and soldiers were so heavily involved in. Exhibits were interactive and included eye-witness and personal accounts which really brought the facts to life. Letters, diaries, photographs and recordings were used to great effect to tell the terrible tragedies that unfolded throughout the war.
Once the museum closed, it was back to the car-hire place to grab the car ready for our departure tomorrow and then a quick change and ready ...
... to Rampart street, just a block or so from where our friends were parked and right near our hotel. We watched as they drove off in their tiny yellow car.
We rested up in the room for a little bit before adjourning to Cajun Mike's pub, just around the corner from the hotel, where we spent the evening having a drinkee and hitting the jukebox, before staggering back to the hotel.