Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... could return to work they paid out enormous sums to each FM based upon how many leases each owned. It was a one time; "Hey Sorry About All The Oil" payment but never ask us for a dime again!
Independent sources say the size of the spill was 4.9 million barrels equivalent, the BP site I was on says less than half of that. (For comparison the Exxon Valdez in Prince William Sound was 900 000 BoE) Suffice it to say even 2.4M BoE is alot! BP says they have spent 28 billion ...
... Gumbo, Creole and Pralines. Pralines are delicious. These three little beauties are headed straight to my cook books. We walked away stocked up with Big Kev's spices. Pete was happy to buy what ever spices and cook books Kev said and not just because his head height was in line with Kev's **********. A cheeky drink at our hotel lobby we head out to Killer Po-Boys for the best Po-Boy EVER (which is like a crunchy roll) filled up with Pork Belly, Shrimp and Meatloaf (yeah ...
... a little while before disappearing. He came back for his phone, then went again.
The guy who had his text message alert on the clowns horn noise, but the volume up loud, and a fair few text conversations on the go by the sounds. Turn the bugger down!
The two across the aisle who keep snoring... oh wait, that's Julie and Sandy! haha :P *Sorry guys couldn't resist ...
... anyone visiting New Orleans who is visiting for more than just Bourbon Street. It has some of the oldest mature live oak trees, one of which is thought to be 800 years old. The sculpture garden is very interesting and worth the tour. There are several beautiful structures throughout the park, a zoo and the botanical gardens. A sculpture of "The Two Sisters" is inside the botanical gardens. We didn't ...
... was a great trip and I highly recommend it. Anyone who would like to borrow my planning binder is welcome to.
Tomorrow I start my trek back north. Spending the night in Atlanta with the wonderful Ann Asbell! Then on to DC.
I have one more post for you all. It will be the Great River Road Awards post. Things like, state with the ...