Courtyard New Orleans Covington/Mandeville
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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 ...
... our RV. The din covers us like a heavy wet blanket pressing us into an uneasy slumber.
we awaken to a booming rainstorm. Casey ponders out loud, “how many cubits is the RV?” I respond to her that using the size of a “common” cubit, with our three slide rooms fully deployed, our RV is about 25x9x9 cubits. Reading between the lines of her question, I also note that Noah’s ark was 300x50x30 cubits thus using ...
Today was a massive eating day tasting some of the culinary delights of New Orleans!
At 12 midday we were picked up by local friends for lunch at Mr B's. We were served by Stephen who has 5 star on his lapels. 1 star represented each 5 years he has worked here. It will be 30 years next year for him!
The food and service was amazing and we had bibs tied around ...
... a new neighbourhood in New Orleans which we drove over on the fly over, it is a huge place. They are building houses and schools, and research buildings where they will work on discovering cures for human diseases! Got to the swamp tour it was really cool, just how you imagine it would be with the swampy trees and airboats that glide through the water; first stop was the wild pigs they had on the side of the river, he had names for them and was feeding them marshmallows. ...
... drive to Dot's Diner, one of her favorites, for breakfast. I had over easy eggs and Creole Biscuits with mushrom and crawfish sauce. It was really good. Biscuits are still boring but once again as a bland base for a sauce they work well. Marie had Poached eggs and sausages, hash brown and toast as did Joleen. The hash brown was loose not packed into a cake as at home and most other places I had seen them. Dennis had chicken ...