Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... paint markings on them from when they were checked for dead bodies. When people were evacuated they initially didn't know where to go. She packed up with her family and drive to Memphis. The motel room they stayed in in Memphis got flooded too. People who were evacuated to the stadium were raped. They have done an exceptional job to rebuild and welcome tourists back to their city. It could be quite easy to visit and not see any evidence of the damage if you don't leave the French ...
The weather plays a pretty big part in the lives of travellers....especially when you are doing things outdoors...like cycling/hiking etc. We were feeling really lucky so far with the weather. No tornadoes, hurricanes or snowstorms yet. As we made our way towards Mike's sisters place in Wilmington, North Carolina, we had time to dilly dally about and we found a fantastic Rails to Trails ride in Virginia...but it took some 'doin!
Virginia. Breathtaking in some ...
... part though was when we walked into a country band playing, took over the dance floor and Shani and Vanessa took over the mic and sang "let it go" from frozen. After three days of hanging out we headed towards San Antonio. Tom had been talking about the Alamo, I had no idea what he was talking about but when we got there it turned out to be one of the dramatic show downs in history when Texans stood up against the Spanish and died in the process. San Antonio was ...
... on a stately, historic vessel. We were picked up by minivan and taken away from the heart of New Orleans and into the neighbouring district of Jean Lafitte. Named for the French pirate contain who had joined forces with the American side to defeat the British, this was swamp territory. We were joining s tour with Airboat Adventures, where we would board, funnily enough, an airboat and tour the swamps of Louisiana. For those who don't know what an airboat is, it's basically ...
... clean. The brush was trimmed and the grass freshly mowed. We spent a few hours on this path until greeted at the entrance of Louisiana by a Victorian structured rest stop and welcome area. The bathrooms were very clean and even had a nice lavender soap smell. It was quite large for a rest area and even contained a spot for a "pet rest area." A security guard worked in a hexagonal booth near the parking lot and was answering questions for another family as we ...