Hampton Inn & Suites Elmwood
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... up fruits, salads and prepared meat, usually chicken.
Packing a wet tent on the morning of March 5, I headed west to New Orleans. I had an Air BnB room reserved for 3 nights there. The timing was very fortunate for me because I drove through an approaching cold front as I left Florida. The temperature plummeted and my first night in New Orleans dropped below freezing.
I had managed an early start and calculated that my ...
... Parade we watched for three hours was the first of three parades
that were being held that day. We were
so lucky, the weather was just perfect, nice and sunny with a temperature of
74degrees (around 21C).
When we first arrived at 9.30 Bourbon Street was deserted. A few hours later it was a different story,
hundreds of people were in the street, the party atmosphere was in full
swing. Everyone was ...
... biscuit (a kind of salty scone) wasn't my cup of tea, we met up with Scott & got on the paddle boat, it went up river for an hour then turned around & back again, it wasn't very picturesque, unfortunately there,s still a lot of damage around from hurricane Katrina. When we got off the boat we took Scott to show him some landmarks that we had visited & got some ...
... life. All of the rooms used for our participants were inside rooms that faced the courtyard opposed to the streets. The city does get a bit rowdy as the sun goes down so this was a nice detail that our coordinator paid attention to!
I ventured around the hotel until I found the meeting room where program orientation was ready with name tags, program information packets, and smiling faces. Joyce Hanks, our group leader, was extremely ...
... the area performed ceremonial dancers and then later the enslaved Africans used it on Sundays to play music, dance and enjoy themselves. The park has lovely roses everywhere and several Magnolia trees but the flowering was over which was a pity. It was extremely humid as well but you do get used to it. Mid-afternoon we walked down to the Riverfront for our Natchez Dinner Cruise. We left early and walked to ...