Hampton Inn Hammond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... The Naval Support Activity in New Orleans and the house we bought in Harvey. So off we went to New Orleans, over the GNO Bridge to the Westbank, heading towards Bayou Oaks Boulevard.
The business and residential growth in the area has exploded over the past twenty year, as we expected, but as we turned down Manhattan Blvd, then onto ...
... path called 306 BBQ.
After lunch, we continued, driving through severe thunderstorms with hail. It was a complete white out. Couldn't see at all. We managed to get through it and made it to Covington, just outside of New Orleans. We checked into the hotel and then grabbed a bite to eat at a pretty good Greek/Lebanese place.
After dinner, we headed back to the hotel and crashed.
... off in about 15 minutes and wouldn't be back on for probably about the next 3 days due to the 20 degree weather that was hitting that night. With me being sick already figured didn't need be walkin around in New Orleans in the cold so decided to just go ahead and head back to jacksonville are and get ready for some spring bass fishing to ...
... lazy susan and Grandma in her chair facing the kitchen. And I realized how right it is that I’m starting everything out here, where my blood runs deep. Out among the tombstones as the slanted light began to fade, I felt a surprising tenderness rising, not just for those I knew – Uncle Larry, Great Granma Susie, Aunt Bridget, the Zeiglers and the Joneses – but also all those unknown to me but still kin, all the stories that feed into and influence my story. ...
... a severe thump and jump at every one. One of our cabinets, filled with spices, opened and "spiced up" the sink a bit. Lynn quickly remedied the situation. After about twenty miles the surface turned to asphalt and all was good again.
We saw a sign that we were approaching the Basin Creek Bridge and speed limits for cars was sixty and trucks fifty-five. Interesting, non? It's a unique bridge, mounted on pillars that are about ...