Hampton Inn Slidell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... misted. Goosebumps! The only downside was absolutely not mention of Canada even participating in the war. Next we stopped at the French Market Square in the French Quarters and enjoyed a Cafe au lait and beignets. Yummy! Our last stop was Bourbon Street. We entered the street and it did not look much different than any other street. Then walking a few minutes it all changed. We were there at around 4 p.m. so things were not as lively as they are ...
... We crossed into Louisiana at 11:06 this morning. It was a beautiful and sunny day. We made good time and arrived at our destination for the day at 3:15. Nita was going to do some laundry and I had a long list of 'honey do' stuff. If you look at the pictures - you'll understand why Nita decided to postpone the laundry and cycled instead. I still got to a lot of stuff on my list.
... were all laid out in piles. They had squash as well, and I'm in doubt of squashes being the collective but a kid deep inside me wanted to jump on them all. Mushed pumpkin. Ha Ha Ha. The guy in the wheel chair is laughing but the lady is crying? Don't cry I'm having fun and you can make jam with the mush eh Mum? Or pumpkin soup? We get out of the car. We get the whole story from the most loveliest of couples. I don't share my visions and imaginations. It scares people. ...
The summer flew by. I can’t believe it is already mid-October. When I left Colorado in mid-July I thought it felt like eons before I would be moving and now here I am, after what feels like 2 weeks, getting ready to fly half way across the world!
I really should have started a blog while I was in New Orleans. It really is the most incredible city in the States. I told Mom and Dad years ago that I would live there in a heart beat simply because it ...
... in time for rush hour. I didn’t realize Jessica had never driven in rush hour traffic before, as well as a monsoon, but the concerned look on her face and the whiteness in her knuckles as her hands tightly gripped the steering wheel silently informed me she was ready to get to the hotel fast. We sat idled for the next twenty minutes, providing relief to Jessica as the storm passed. The traffic also provided a continuous great view of the Superdome. Once ...