Country Inn & Suites Covington
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Went to cemetery and to Towers House. Drive to Covington, Louisiana
Had an awesome day today! Walked the French Quarter and had breakfast listening to a live jazz band. Found the famous Cafe de Monde and had a beignet (amazing French donut covered in a mass of icing sugar). Had Fro Yo to cool off and got laughed at for how we pronounce "New Orelans". Oops! Tonight's adventure was a dinner cruise on the Steamboat Natchez. Beautiful sunset cruise on the Mississippi River with a live jazz band. The keyboard guy was the late Corey Monteiths ...
I managed to stub my toe this morning getting out of the bath tub. It immediately started to bruise. It was only yesterday that I was saying to Pip that getting into/out of the bath tub for a shower (hand held shower hose) was an accident waiting to happen. The bath is very deep and the lip surrounding the bath is very wide, making it extremely difficult/hazardous to get in and out.
After breakfast we took a taxi to the Hilton ...
... that Carnival's improbable anthem, "If Ever I Cease to
Love," was cemented, due in part to the Duke's fondness for the tune.
The following year, floats began to be constructed entirely in New
Orleans instead of France. In 1875,
Governor Warmoth signed the "Mardi Gras Act," making Fat
Tuesday a legal holiday in Louisiana, which it still is.
We had decided to stay at New Iberia, which is around ...
... bridge. The road was littered with billboards showing the smiling faces of shyster lawyers with messages that that read "Injured? Call...." and "Accident? Get the Womack onto them". I noticed the same thing in Fort Lauderdale, except they put them on the backs of benches there as well.
The tour of the bayou was on a flat bottomed boat with a canopy. It’s quite beautiful - much more interesting than the the Everglades as there’s a lot more varieties of ...