Hampton Inn & Suites Winnie
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The boys were up and packed in good time and keen to commence our road trip through to New Orleans. Having taken care of breakfast and our ablutions, we checked out of our San Antonio accommodation and made our way down to the Avis depot to pick up our rental car. We opted for a Chevy Impala and after 5 minutes of trying to work out how the car …
... a local Texas barbecue joint--"finally!" per Milo our meat eater. Afterward, we swam in the hotel pool.
We didn't even take any pictures today. Is there nothing interesting to report? Perhaps. Just south of here is a place called "Nederland", which is the Dutch way of spelling "Netherlands" and was founded by Dutch settlers. Still, however, ...
... that have happened. To see both the good and bad of New Orleans provided us with a new perspective of the city.
On the two-hour tour, we learned a lot about the historical roots of New Orleans and Louisiana. Lots of writers have lived in the French Quarter, including Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner. American Horror Story and The Vampire Diaries (TV shows) have shot scenes in the city. Right now, they’re filming Terminator 5 and ...
On our way to Galveston we got caught in traffic so we opted for an adventure in the form of a detour. What a surprising view. The Gulf roughly lapping the shores; beautiful homes on stilts, pastel colors of beach community homes were easy on the eye. I wish more of them were caught in pictures. Small farms, resturants and shops dotted the main drag and the bay was so still in direct contrast of the gulf. This was an enjoyable ...
We drove 300km South East to the tiny town of High Is, the famed birding hotspot for birds migrating north from South America. We had made plans to meet up with birding legend Iain Campbell from Tropical Birding Tours (he does birding tours around the world, Laurie knew him from a tip he gave him while in Darwin to find a Little Kingfisher nest). He showed us around the best spots to go birding, we saw lots including the famous warblers that people flock here to ...