Hampton Inn & Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Up at the crack of dawn to catch a tour to visit a couple of Plantations. As we seem to be having trouble booking cabs, Jessica kindly offers to drop us downtown around 7am so we can grab breakfast before our 8am pick up. We have to meet at the Marriott, and thankfully after the fiasco of the Houston tour, the doorman asks who we're waiting for and knows the tour so much to say they're usually pretty prompt. There is also another girl -Amy from New York- waiting to be picked up ...
... time I managed to catch another bus heading back, it was lunchtime. She was waiting for me at a table we usually sit at for lunch. Lots of yummy salads on the buffet today. We have to set our luggage out tonight to be picked up, so I got my large bag all packed. I'm ready to get home. Our last dinner was fair--I ordered the duck and it was medallions...good but not what I was expecting. I think I had a whole bottle of wine--not feeling great, think I'm coming down with a cold. ...
... staying! Yes the spaces are big, and some have concrete pads like ours, but in general the place looks very run down. There is supposed to be a pool but we've seen no sign of it. Normally tours of the house are available but we were told it is currently closed. According to advertisements they offer bed and breakfast in ...
... We were also going to stop by the Tabasco Sauce plant and drive through a nearby bird sanctuary. Missed them both. We're not sure what happened. Keith blames shoddy map-making vs. shoddy navigating. Bless his heart. We just kept going south.
Most of our day today was spent coming and going from Grand Isle. This seems to be command central for the war ...
... don't understand the value of A/C because we only NEED it for about three weeks out of the year. But, when Louisiana loses A/C, **** stops. It becomes absolutely unbearable in a real hurry. Condensation starts building up in the weirdest places and the air gets so heavy that you feel like you can't breathe. We tried to finish surveying the pipeline that we were on but it got too unbearable inside the boat so we headed back to shore. When we arrived back in Fourchon the A/C man ...