Hampton Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cup over and spilt it everywhere. And broke her glasses! The young assistant was most kind and after mopping up the huge mess, replaced it free of charge! (Service worthy of a tip). On the way home, we passed a huge white plantation mansion with cross on top that was privately owned - gate closed, discrete sign with name (Manresa) and adjacent white church; a huge place, and real stand-out property. Across the road were two adjacent avenues of arched oak trees, one called ...
We were supposed to sail to a new port yesterday, but the river was so high that our next port was under water. So--they were offering a premium tour of a Creole plantation that I wanted to go to, but Kateva wanted me to go with her on the freebie at 8:30 (the tour I wanted to do left at 8:00 & lasted 4 hours). I told her I wanted to do the other tour but she pretty much insisted I go with her...so I agreed. Then this morning right before she was leaving for breakfast, she ...
... were long and narrow.
We travelled back over the bayous on very long bridges that go for miles and miles.
Stayed in Houston and we visited the Chinese buffet place again, $10 buffet, all you can eat. I've never seen a buffet, so big. Great ...
Today we visited Houmas House Plantation & Gardens just up the road at Darrow. Houmas has been owned by many families during its lifetime and a tour of the house showcases how it probably looked around the mid 1800s, with many artefacts and paintings displayed from that period. The main ...
... the people who have been lucky enough to establish a place there.
We are spending the night about 10 miles from New Orleans after an all you can eat seafood/sushi/chinese buffet and a quick dip in the pool. We're keeping our plans to a minimum for tomorrow. Who needs the grief?!
*It should be noted Keith successfully parallel parked without tension or angst. ...