Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... glass. I'm also wearing a lovely floral skirt. Not quite used to the wind blowing around my bare legs as it billows. Friday morning was a run to the Goodwill Store to shop for our costumes. There I was, pawing through racks of skirts and dresses on hangars, when it washed over me again. The Wave. The Wave of grief and pain. Whose skirts were these? Which women had chosen them for specific parties or outfits, only ...
Slept in this morning since we were out late.
Threw on layers and headed out to City Park on our bikes. Biked around the park, headed north to Lake Ponchatrain. Biked back down to Banks street to hit "Biscuits and Buns on Banks." We ordered food, but unfortunately, since the restaurant just opened 4 weeks ago, they didn't have much food left. The owner was embarrassed, but ...
... hotel was closed for renovations, but we were able to spend some time in another part of the museum. This place haunts me. My heart is deeply rooted here. The tragedies of another time, now staring back at me. Everyone should come here at least once in their lives. Graceland is lovely. This is one of Shauna's favorite places. She is in heaven here. We absolutely loved it, again bittersweet. He is ...
Day two was a good day! We spent the majority of the day out exploring the town! We saw the at Louis cathedral, the Mississippi River for the first time, and a bunch of other beautiful other buildings! We also did a spot of shopping in a few little cool boutiques which was awesome. Lots of photos were taken! Jackson square was also beautiful :) We then decided to go home and have a rest, ...
... to the French corner down at the Mississippi. We didn't really know what to do but as soon as we got there we just walked around and there was music and people everywhere. At a little voodoo shop we got some directions for food and met a nice young street artist. Her name was Deja Vu and she gave us some directions for the night. We walked to the place she told us and got some sandwiches. After we filled ...