Clarion Inn & Suites Conference Center
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... 300 acres, City Park is one of the biggest urban parks in the United States. In the park is the Sydney & Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. The Sculpture Garden has some very strange sculptures. There were two sculptures that I will remember for a long time to come:
The first being a sculpture of a man covered in small birds pecking him.
The second was also of a man but this sculpture is a man hanging from a scaffold by his legs.
... from March 9-22. The first 11 RV parks we contact are fully booked for the entire month of March. Finally, we find a decent spot at a park not too far from town or family – they have one slot open! We take it!
Then the deluge starts...
RAIN, RAIN, RAIN... thunderously pounding on the roof of our RV. Much like the hammering of the drums in the Mines of Moria from Lord of the Rings, this booming portends certain death at the hands ...
... a levee.
They then took u sot another favourite restaurant - Zeas
This time they ordered for us:
Mashed sweet potato
and a dessert
Amazing food as well! Ate so much today I feel like i could explode!
Was so amazing to have locals take us out to eat their favourite food
... see the effect. They're rented properties by the government, the lease is 99 years at $99 per month and then they are the home owner's; but most of them have been passed down through generations of their families so probably wasn't as much in price as they are now. We went back down the river to another turning where we spitting loads of alligators!! A few times we were surrounded by around 8-9 alligators and some if then weren't small!! They came really close to the boat. ...
... There were Golden Lion Tamarins, Siamangs, Ruffed Lemurs, White Tigers, Leopards, Jaguars, and Cougars. The next part was more modern with Orangs and Gorillas.
There was a very large series of exhibits featuring the animals and plants of the Louisiana swamp. I found that really interesting ans did many native New Orleans. There was also a good South American birds and Pampas section with Rhea maned wolves and turkey ...