Cotton Exchange Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... dreads with the braided patches of moss that fell down the sides of the tree. Of course Kamal sees a giant tree and decides to climb it, which after a short struggle and a few uncomfortable minutes of shimmying he made it to the top. Not 30 seconds later a golf ball whizzes just pass his head knocking a few layers of moss off the tree (although he barely even noticed this happened we were all horrified for his safety. While Kamal remained in the tree we all ...
... messaged the Pollys that he had gotten lost since he sorta wandered aimlessly while looking for the restroom but lo and behold 30 minutes passed with no sign of his return. The food arrived and Speck and Ross dug in to their meals still wondering if Tyler would return and blessedly he did, completely oblivious to his rudeness. After the meal Ross took her leave wanting to use the pause in the rain to get home. Speck and Tyler watched Colin Lake rock out and eventually ...
... on VHS. So retro, I loved rewinding the tape!
After a few hours we were feeling a bit light headed from all the frying, because us being the brainiacs that we are forgot to turn on the extractor fan! So we went outside for some fresh air and read our books and listened to some music, my ipod on genius program throwing out some very random tunes. I was in need of coffee and wifi so we walked up to CC’s again, and by the time we got back the boys had returned from ...
... rickety journey. The garden district is the well to do area of New Orleans, so you can see examples of some pretty amazing colonial style homes. We walked through the area looking at some of the houses before passing a book store with a huge queue outside. We found out later that Anne Rice - author of Interview with a Vampire - was inside doing a book signing. It turns out that a lot of her books are set in the Crescent City (I can't say I've read any of them).
We then went ...
... was fantastic. I smiled and gave him $20. He said that won't get you Charlie. I said no but that's for the rap. As he grabbed at the note, I held the other end. We had one end each. I looked him in the eye and said can you promise me one thing. He said what's that? I said when you get caught, and you're sitting in a holding cell, I want you to think of me and this moment. That you just made money as a rapper. And you're very good. He said you're a wise man, and I'm a coke ...