Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center
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The girls had a hearty Embassy breakfast before we packed the car and drove to the Rice campus. On the way we found my old apartment building on Westheimer, Avalon Square. The whole area has been built up with high ride condo building and high end shops and restaurants, and a Whole Foods just a few blocks away now. We parked on campus and walked around the music building. I thought I would be more flooded by emotions, and it was really neat to be there, but it ...
We left hot humid New Orleans to begin our trip up the Mississippi, and after collecting another car, we drove via Baton Rouge to this quaint parish as they call it St. Francisville. This time we're staying in a BnB on the grounds of one of the plantation houses called Greenwood, The original house had been built by a British colonist Barrow, who built it to represent some fabulous building perhaps The Forum ...
... and Scoule del Rocco in afternoon
Day 18 May 27 T Venice: Visit St. Mark's, Palazzo Querini Stanpalia and Accademia; pack for Wednesday departure
Day 19 May 28 W Locarno: Water taxi to San Lucia Train Station at 630 am; train to Milano; train to Bellinzona, and train to Locarno; met at station by Luigi and Barbara and escorted to apartment- what a beautiful view of Lake Maggiore ...
... walls. The floors are beautifully designed and executed marble mosaics, some of which I took pictures off before realizing photos were not allowed.
This is the distinctive hat worn by all Doges. BTW, wives of Doges were termed Dogaressas!
The piazza (courtyard) connecting the Palace and the Basilica was used for ceremonial purposes and served as water ...
... vessels are the work horse people movers of Venice. They move most of the people within the city and to the nearby islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello. They only operate along the Grand Canal and the Lagoon. Those that go to the islands are somewhat smaller than those that operate in the city. We found the Vaparettos to be well maintained and expertly operated (only a crew of two- the helmsman and an individual to handle the single line temporary mooring at ...