Cotton Exchange Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
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... terrible mother. Repeat. If I could workshop this with my sister in law, I think she would probably help me realise the beliefs that are driving the emotions, but on my own, Nope, can't even formulate it. Too tired. Sorry KJ! And so I'm 10 hours into the flight of my amazing bucket-list trip. The top 2 places on said list have always been New York and New Orleans. I can't believe this is actually happening. ...
It was a pretty cool place. The best part was the interior, but unfortunately, they did not allow photography inside.
Our next stop was the KOA in New Orleans, our home for the next few days. Along the way, we passed Lake Ponchartrain, which looked like an ocean of chocolate milk. It covers an area of 630 square miles and is only an average depth of 12-14 feet. It lies directly north of New Orleans.
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... building had a vaulted roof and was used for ceremonial purposes. In its interior, there were altars and benches used for placing offerings and holding certain kinds of ceremonies. "The Murals" has only one construction period which dates to the Post Classic period (1200-1650 A.D.
... were playing at the Super Bowl on the night I arrived the first time I was here, so it's sort of fitting that they're playing there again the afternoon that I'm leaving. They were even playing it on the shuttle bus radio on the way to the airport. One thing I won't miss about New Orleans are the roads which have more potholes than asphalt. But that's about the only thing I won't miss.
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