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... for some much needed rest.
4/6. Up nice and early -was a bit warmish in our room but not unbearable. Head off to find somewhere for breakfast - our hotel not doing it because of the lack of AC - what a lot of wimps! Better not come to Oz in summer! Guy decides Cafe du Monde is the go (Lonely Planet again!) - find it without much trouble - only one table left so grab it and then realise they only do coffee and beignets ( a very sweet concoction like a long donut covered in icing ...
... gumbo and I ordered some deep fried alligator and turtle
soup. Marie had some local fish and Hushpuppies. Everybody tried the alligator and pronounced
it quite nice. No takers on an offered taste of my turtle soup but, with
pressure, Emile finally tried some. It was okay but I probably won’t have it
again. Marie and Karen had trouble with the whole idea of killing turtle for
soup but I ...
... family properties, some of them do not provide free wifi and breakfast but to Gold and Diamond guests. A few days of having to pay for said amenities and you are better off paying the $95/annual fee for the HHonors Visa Rewards card and getting complimentary Gold status.) we were able to get into our rooms at 7:30 am. God Bless Ayana at the front desk, very sweet and super helpful. We loaded the bell cart, left the Highlander with valet and after getting our belongings ...
After jogging all over the United States over the course of the last 11 weeks and logging over 11,000 kilometers so far, we have finally arrived in New Orleans. This was only to be greeted by the coldest temperatures in over 44 years. The low tonight is -9 Celsius, another record low after setting one last night. I made the mistake of leaving the water hose hooked up but now even the sewage drain is frozen. The forecast ...
... on our way.
When our carriage ride ended, it was around 2pm which was the perfect time to head "home" for a rest. While resting, the rain that had been threatening all day started so we had good timing.
After a couple hours, it was still raining but we headed out again--to Molly's at the Market, this time because I wanted a frozen Irish Coffee (which was good but this bourbon on the rocks drinker is not entirely sure that there ...