Hampton Inn Covington
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... calculations, the Ark would hold about 222 RVs.
Today we plan the next leg of our journey – a visit to Austin to see family. Evidently Austin is “THE” place to be in March. Spring break is in full swing and results in the coming and going of college students throughout the entire month. Additionally, the Austin Rodeo runs from March 14-28 and the “South by Southwest – interactive, film and music festival” ...
... head to the rehearsal. While waiting for Leah and Emily to arrive, I took a nap and watched the US Open with Ginny in our room. Once Leah and Emily arrived, we went out to dinner at Mr. B's Bistro and had this amazing waiter who gave us more of a family history of the "B" family and the restaurants they own around the city. We split a bottle of wine and ordered some appetizers for dinner (we were meeting the gang at a reception in a few hours so we ...
Rach on the other hand, was a natural. I think she spotted a Krispy Kreme through the periscope.
We had a bit of fun on that little detour, but were shortly back on the road again, entering into Florida and reaching our next destination, the Wakulla ...
... another private home booked through homeaway.com - very nice cottage in what seems like a nice part of town.
Went into town and had a stroll down Bourbon Street and the French Quarter before having a late lunch once again at 'Oceana' - recommended by the Visitor Centre - pretty good too - crab cakes and gumbo!
... Locked Down, the Grammy winning collaboration with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, who produced and played guitar. Rolling Stone gave the record 4 out of 5 stars, calling it “…the wildest record Rebennack has made in many years…full of muscled, vintage R&B grooves, fevered soloing, psychedelic arrangements and oracular mumbo jumbo.” The Los Angeles Times described the release as “…something magical, the embodiment of everything ...