Federal City Inn & Suites
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... the twisted boughs of 200 year old oak trees. Onwards to Plaza D Armas where an alto sax player stood sweating in the heat, practising scales very quickly, sometimes - only sometimes - melodically. To the sacrosanct silence of St. Louis Cathedral where we sat for a moment obeying the signs to "Please maintain an atmosphere of reverence." To St Louis Cemetery No 1 to pay our respects to voodoo master Dr John and his protege Madame Laveau. In accordance ...
... of too low levy banks and not enough pump stations are being rectified along with a lot of other preventative measures.
Some of the new public gardens are making the city look very inviting. This is a sculpture park and it is free for everyone to enjoy. They had volunteer gardeners there today weeding and making sure it is well cared for.
After our tour, we went to the Court ...
... told us stories about each building and explaining why they are believed to be haunted. These stories include murder, suicide and illness such as yellow fever and natural disasters (the city burning to the ground - twice! And Hurricane Katrina) dating back to the 1800's and one as recent as 2006 after Hurricane Katrina. Some of them were rather disturbing. One lady on the tour believed she caught something on her camera - the silhouette of a young girl in a ...
... Jazz & Heritage Festival.
His live shows draw as much attention as his material – as one critic puts it, “Eric Lindell has turned heads everywhere he’s gone, almost instantly becoming the talk of the town wherever his musical journey has taken him.” His combination of sweet, blue-eyed soul with foot-stomping R&B, swamp pop, funk and blues has won him critical and popular acclaim across the country, with reviews and features in ...
... our adventure. Anyhow, it was so nice to have Jay and Joyce along, Jay to help Honey drive and Joyce to keep me company. My brother has driven trucks his whole life so he wasn’t a bit scared of this thing. I actually think he liked it a lot and he sure looked good behind that wheel!! Joyce appreciated having a convenient potty while traveling lol and Honey especially liked the view from the passenger seat (don’t be getting use to that Honey)! Well we ...