Country Inn & Suites Covington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Went to cemetery and to Towers House. Drive to Covington, Louisiana
... There are many elaborate stone crypts and mausoleums. The cemeteries, with their elaborate sculptures and other decorative artwork embellishing the tombs, have come to come to resemble small villages. They are known by the nickname of “Cities of the Dead.”
After you enter the cemetery gates, you are greeted by rusty decorative ironwork and blinded by sun-bleached tombs. Crosses and statues jutting from tomb surfaces cast contrasting ...
... as many new foods as possible. This helped me step outside of my comfort zone and made the program meals as interesting as the educational components.
Our group headed to the conference room for our first lecture. Entitled “It's A New Orleans Thing,” Anne Leonhard lectured on the history and culture of New Orleans. Anne's discussion ranged from foods of the city (such as the infamous gumbo) to the ...
... realize that my previous understanding about WWII was completely misguided Britain had very little to do with winning the war, it was our American cousins who did the lion's share of fascist bashing. In all seriousness, the museum was brilliantly designed and hugely impressive and, while it undoubtedly emphasized America's role in the conflict, told the story compellingly. We also met a lady whose rented house was under 9 ft of water after Katrina. She regaled us with ...
... the twisted boughs of 200 year old oak trees. Onwards to Plaza D Armas where an alto sax player stood sweating in the heat, practising scales very quickly, sometimes - only sometimes - melodically. To the sacrosanct silence of St. Louis Cathedral where we sat for a moment obeying the signs to "Please maintain an atmosphere of reverence." To St Louis Cemetery No 1 to pay our respects to voodoo master Dr John and his protege Madame Laveau. In accordance ...