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... carry humans into deep space will be tested. And then today I drove back to New Orleans to visit the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and walk along the Mississippi Riverwalk. It's hard to believe that the mighty Mississippi River winds all around through a metropolitan city. Water and long bridges are EVERYWHERE -- the longest bridge we traveled on goes across Lake Pontchartrain and is 5.25 miles long. And there are several ...
... 8211; at the end of the tour. They offer a variety of tours including this ghost tour which started at 7:30 and departed from the front of St Louis Cathedral at Lafayette Square. The Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis King of France is the oldest Catholic cathedral in continual use in the United States.
One of our first stops on the ghost tour was a location straight from the TV show “American Horror Story: Coven”. This was the home of ...
... unfortunately on the way back we got stuck in a traffic jam so it took about an hour to get back, tempers were a bit frayed by the time we got to our room so Olly & Elliott were put straight to bed, I organised for the sofa to be made into a bed while S&V took two big bags of washing up to the laundry, thank goodness for the laundries here as they had so much dirty ...
... the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a degree in trombone performance and play in several groups around the Boston area when I’m not in the office. One of my favorite groups to play with is a 23-piece brass band known as The Party Band that I was a part of since it’s beginnings as a Dixieland quintet in the winter of 2013. Since then, we have grown into a force of sound and have opened for Trombone Shorty at the Lowell Folk ...
... waiters on planet Earth. This young man , an African American, prided himself on his excellent knowledge of wine and his even more excellent vocabulary. Within two minutes of approaching our table he had used the words: perchance, loquacious and olefactory. Not only, that he had used them correctly! When I gleefully seized upon his wordsmithery, the lad gave me a battle of wits that we both hugely enjoyed. He was friendly, insistent on formal wine pouring **** but ...