Holiday Inn Express & Suites Shreveport
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Arrived at Diamond Jacks Boosier City and Casino campsite late yesterday afternoon in stayed overnight. First time I've slept in area off parking lot for RV's. And it was full too. Tom went off to casino for couple hours to gamble, smoke his cigar, drink a coke and people watch. Oh ...
... expensive to maintain, and only the wealthy live in them.
After our tour we got one of the Beignet's from Cafe Mundo and enjoyed it immensely. We found a great place for dinner and in between the tour and our pick up time of 8:00 p.m. we walked up and down just about every street that looked interesting, people watched, watched street performers, saw two weddings and one group of wedding goers with a police escort marching down the street complete with ...
... on which once stood a large house, now gone. There, amidst huge old trees dripping with Spanish Moss, I camped and spent the afternoon with the boys actively fishing. We didn't catch anything, but saw a huge alligator swimming by and barely missed catching a Gar which must have been at least three feet long... ask the boys, it has probably grown since then. That evening we all had a cookout complete ...
... in the Old City of Istanbul, centrally located to all the historic sites. We are also hoping to do a side trip to the Holy Land, which will be the "Pray" portion of my trip. At the beginning of February, I am off to Rome, Italy, for 3 days solo. Obviously, this will be the "Eat" portion of my trip, but hopefully I will counter-balance it with a lot of walking, winter weather permitting. So, that's my plan: Love. Pray. Eat. Stay tuned for updates and photos during my ...
... a documentary of the siege and wandered around the fortifications. It is somehow cathartic to note that even the Mississippi has left the old riverside battle grounds behind, and shifted its course radically so that it now only touches on the southern part of the town before going on south under the bridge. Vicksburg town provided the little jewel for the day -- a corner with a yellow maple tree glowing in the sun.
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