Courtyard New Orleans Covington/Mandeville
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... such as Orks.
we awaken to the tinkling of rain. Like the steady drop-drop-drop of infamous Chinese water torture, this is no longer about force or noise; it is about the never ending, mind numbing, constant drip-drip-drip.
At mid-day, the skies clear and we go on an outing to Big Branch Marsh and Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuges. We walk the trails and boardwalks keenly aware of the sodden earth we tread upon and ...
... bound together through desperation.
I enjoyed a couple of music groups on one off my last escapades of the city. I ran from venue to venue getting a last taste of musical gumbo. I joined the rest of the group for our farewell dinner at Bourbon House. Joyce had a wonderful surprise planned for us. A private trio performed classic Dixieland tunes as we ate our meal. A resident clarinet player at the esteemed Fritzel’s ...
... and so as not to disturb the other sleeping beauties, we headed out about town. We went to Cafe Du Monde for breakfast (http://www.yelp.com/biz/cafe-du-monde- new-orleans-6) for some coffee and beignets and met up with Caire to wander around town until lunch with Patty and Emily. We met at Red Fish Grill (http://www.yelp.com/biz/red-fish-grill -new-orleans) and had a quick lunch before returning to the Monteleone to nap and get ready for the night. ...
... the genuinely nice people. Not to come as a surprise I enjoyed the outdoor adventures the most. The bike rides, rice boats, my day as an elephant trainer, the cuddly tigers, the hair raising white water rafting and the snorkeling. It was really a wonderful trip. We all had an outstanding time. Next trip....... No planes, no trains, no taxis and no speed boats! There will be clean water, English and NO haggling! Until our next adventure! Heather Sent from my ...
... of the world. The Spanish moss (grandad’s whiskers) was a prominent feature amongst the trees adding to the ambience.
After a swim and a hike through the park we packed up Bruce and headed to Orlando, home of Disneyworld and all things expensive...
Needing a shower, ...