Extended Stay America - New Orleans - Metairie
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... amazing professional and military background. Dr David Turbyfill was awarded quite a few medals and prizes based on his professional merits, for example Navy Commendation Medal, Top GPR Award, Outstanding Achievement Award and much more. But the thing that actually sets Dr. David Turbyfill apart from other maxillofacial doctors is his patient oriented approach and tailored approaches to suit just ...
Harrah's comped us two nights, but the second night was across the street at the W. We packed up and moved across the street. As we were leaving, numerous NBA and other big shots were checking in. In the valet area were a Karma Fisker and a Rolls Royce. Angie saw Jordin Sparks too. We drove 35 miles west out to the river plantation area. We visited Oak Alley. It was a sugar cane plantation. It's Oak Trees were ...
... its rows and rows of monumental above ground vaults. I was surprised to see that people were still being laid to rest there. Meanwhile Chris was resting on a nearby bench...he was not feeling the best and the 2.5 miles we had walked already was not improving the situation.
Walking back we thought we would be able to get near the water quickly but we were sandwiched between warehouses and cement walls in front of the train tracks for ...
... house. I booked a cute rental cottage, The Smile House, near the French Quarter, and we were all looking forward to having our own sleeping spaces, having all slept in the same room for the past four nights. The Smile House is a quaint cottage decorated with a unique New Orleans flavour. After some down time, we rugged up and headed out to the French Quarter for some time on Bourbon Street.
... wasn’t much better but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the various jazz singers and bands performing in almost every bar but the rain drove me back to the hotel for an early night.
Monday 25 November: Well, this is it! It’s still raining as I head by tram to the WWII museum. This was excellent as a spectacle with galleries and exhibits galore covering US involvement in the 1941-45 war. The ...