Holiday Inn Express Harvey - Marrero
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... customers. Luckily, our lunch at Schiano Pizza was really delicious. We had white pizza, garlic knots, and a spinach roll with homemade marinara sauce (which he should definitely bottle and sell). For dinner, we had Mediterranean food at Mediterranean Sandwich Co. in Mobile, Alabama. I had a falafel sandwich and half-Greek salad, and Evie had a Mediterranean chicken sandwich and tomato-spinach orzo pasta. Mobile wasn’t ...
... connected to Elvis and saw some really cool things.
From Graceland we travelled east to Nashville. Oh man, what a city. We really liked it here. Everything we expected, and more. Lots of county music, very cool street musicians, live music in all the bars, more deep fried southern food, cowboy boots and hats, big belt buckles, Keith urban, deep southern drawls. We saw some really great music in Nashville. Went to the country music hall of fame and also went to the ...
... RVing eleven blocks away! We met them at Natal Seafood and Deli which was two doors away for us....great to meet them both. I had gumbo which was a delicious soup, hot and spicy. We had a good conversation with them both catching up with each other's travel experiences, and returned to our trailer for tea. Paul had an interesting conversation with Marla's son. The water, during Katrina had been five feet deep at the campground and eleven ...
... you could look out from and see the shrimp boats going up and down the
river and out on over to the bay, the asking price, private sale, is $85,000.
Not bad, could probably get it for much less. Have heard that property taxes
here are in the hundreds, not the thousands.
Have to include if we go to the North there is a subdivision
of prefabs on out right, which we circle around through, and sneak through the
back yard of one of the homes and get back to ...
... houses (some about 4 times the size of our child hood homes!). The football culture, the music, the food- all pretty great really. In all we spent 3 nights in New Orleans- two days on our own and one on the contiki that we have booked to take us up to New York. The days on our own was spent with exploring, the French quarter and street car routes in particular, finding ...