Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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Day 5 - Wed 4th September: Memphis > New Orleans - Interstate 55 South - Stayed at the Hilton St Charles - Arrived in arvo - Lunch at Hard Rock - Shopping at Nine West - Got pizza from Domenica's for dinner Day 6 - Thurs 5th September - Breakfast at hotel - Went shopping at Canal Palace (banana republic) - Dinner at Casino Day 7 - Friday 6th …
... Reward number attached to the account, they did not so she took care of it and gave me the complimentary gift (shot glass) that I should've received when I checked in. We took Route 90 for while. Since we were leaving after 10:00, Jean wanted to see if the used book store she found online was open. When we arrived at he place it was out of business, just like many of the restaurants, Destin Hard Rock, etc. we encountered ...
... that jenny and I were sleeping with him. So, later on, after jenny and I were tucked away nicely in the van, Dylan hears a knock on his door and opens it under the pretence that it was one of us. It was, in fact, his ex girlfriend who was in a fit of rage. Apparently, she stormed in and attacked Dylan. She was scratching him and this was proven by the red scratches all over his body. He then ran out to our van to get a witness as he did not want the police ...
... filled in around me. Some were well set up with cooler bags of beer, the acrid smell of weed hung in the air. This wasn't a hippy crowd, it was an older demographic, the guy behind me was 80. Pushing the patience of a waiting crowd in the sun, Bruce Springsteen came on late. He didn't really address the crowd, he just started to play, and play. He played for 2.5 hours. A solid session. I was going to leave early to see Foster the People at the Samsung stage but there was no way ...
... The clarinet and trumpet riffs and duets were absolutely soul piercing. Usually stoic Mr. Forst found himself wiping tears with their version of House of the Rising Sun. What was particularly special about this experience was how authentically New Orleans it was... Just a young little street jazz combo with a bucket for donations and some self produced CDs for sale. They were raking in the green stuff, maybe even more than if they'd been officially sponsored. Caught the ...
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