Country Inn & Suites Covington
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Went to cemetery and to Towers House. Drive to Covington, Louisiana
... marks were up to on the wall. The bar served as kind of a rallying point, opening early in the morning on a regular basis for soccer. The bar is run by tough Irish guys who keep soccer jerseys adorning the walls. Finn's just felt like it had a lot of tradition to it.
One thing we learned about here was the gambling. I don't remember the name of what we played, but the setup is that you can only play once per ...
... are 400 years old.
In the early 1700's an unknown settler planted 28 evenly spaced oak trees in 2 rows leading from his cottage to the Mississippi river. They are a ¼ mile long and were planted to channel the breeze from the river ...
... the different styles you could enjoy – BLT, meatball, bacon, catfish, southern chicken, shrimp, burger, beef, crawfish, sausage – for such a simple menu (sandwiches and chips!) there was a great choice. The po boys were made right in front of us and so we were able to witness the efficient production line as they catered for the large number of customers who came through the door. Without realising it, we had managed to happen upon one of the best local places to eat in ...
... and houses some very old customers.
However, there was only one grave at St Louis No.1 that interested Sam. Marie Laveau, the infamous "Witch Queen of New Orleans". She ruled over a vast empire of voodoo worshippers in New Orleans until her death in 1881. Naturally, rumours still persist that she has somehow cheated death.
Her grave is surrounded by offerings left by all kinds ...