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... watched a movie in my phone while Hugh and Matt played a United States of America game that he got for his birthday from one if his friends. He really enjoys playing it.
The boys fell asleep right away but I was having a hard time. Eventually I did and that is that.
See you tomorrow New ...
Up early and leave for Lafayette before 9, plugged in the
GPS and my goodness its about 140 miles away, oh well said I would so I will,
it takes me nearl 2 and a half hours to get there but goodness was it worth it,
blue dogs painted in every photo in the restaurant. Its Sunday brunch and I’m wondering what this
is, well its like an up market Sizzler, its an all you can eat thing, with
... a really good restaurant. I had red snapper with a Ponchatrain sauce (contains crawfish and cheese), my sister got the fried catfish and shrimp (she could only eat half), and Ben got a ribeye steak. Everything we had was excellent and it was located in a shopping plaza. If you go camping, ask the rangers where they go. I haven't been steered wrong ...
... become. I mean, the areas right off the interstate in New Orleans have never exactly been welcoming, but after an absence of a few years, I could really see a decrease in the caliber of pedestrian traffic along the avenue. It is so sad to see such a charming historical city go to waste in such a manner.
Alas, we arrived at our destination, and with our arrival, I discarded my distaste for the city of New ...
On Wednesday morning we packed up the campsite and headed west to New Orleans, LA. We found St. Bernard State Park about 16 miles southeast of the crescent city. When we arrived at the park we set up the tent, took a quick shower, and headed to the French Quarter. We headed straight to the famous Cafe Du Monde for a couple cafe au lait’s and beignets. And man were they delicious! After our sugar rush, we headed down Decatur Street towards Canal ...