Hampton Inn & Suites Shreveport-South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Creole food. The clerk gave us a page with instructions for a nearby establishment and off we went. Unfortunately, when we got there it turned out to be more of a local bar than restaurant, with higher prices than we were ready to pay, so we went to Cracker Barrel for supper (yumm!).
So now we are relaxing in our room at the hotel. Tomorrow, we go to the Vicksburg National Military Park (Civil War), and spend the night in Jackson, Mississippi.
... loose little money which was very unusual for him. He said he got it out of his system for another year. Heard freight train near by at night plus lots of birds chirping in the background. One night and on our way to Vicksburg, LA for site of many Civil War battles. Staying two ...
... Too funny. We sat by the Mississippi River and watched the Paddle Wheeler take off and in the evening they played the Calliope for about a half hour. It was quite a treat.
The last time we were in New Orleans was in 1974, for Mardi Gras, so it was nice to see it again. We were pleasantly surprised by what we saw in the downtown area. We didn't have a chance to go out to the areas that were hardest hit by Katrina and I'm sure they are not fine yet.
... dogs and S'mores.
The following morning I joined them for coffee... awesome... Kathleen's roasted beans which Tom had brewed in a French Press. She roasted a jar full for me and gave me a French Press to take home. Mine doesn't taste quite as good as theirs, but I am working on adjusting the formula. It is always a treat to spend time with them and I must remind the people at St. James how fortunate they are! ...
In January, I am embarking on my own version of Elizabeth Gilbert's book, Eat. Pray. Love. Only not in that order. And not with a book advance. Instead, I am off to visit my dear friend Christin Givhan on the island of Cyprus. I am excited to experience life there and spend quality time with Christin, her husband Scott, and their boys. That is the "Love" portion of my trip - and long overdue! While there, Christin and I are going to travel to Turkey (January 20-23). We will ...