Crowne Plaza Hotel New Orleans Airport
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After dinner I saw the EMT (Emergency Medical Treatment - like a paramedic) because when I got dressed for dinner I discovered my whole toe (the one I stubbed this morning) was black and thought I might have broken it. The diagnosis was 'badly bruised' and ice was the treatment.
I emailed the bank about not being able to use my Visa Card, requesting my card be unregistered or they ensure somehow that I can se it. We'll ...
You come to New Orleans, you really should do a paddle steamer ride down the Mississippi River. We took a ride on the Natchez... only I'm gonna call it Steamboat Ninny. You could've done a lunch cruise, whereby you sat in the dining room and had a three course meal as you cruised along listening to jazz music, plus a fella telling you facts about the river as we floated along.
We didn't book lunch, but we did have lunch in the snack bar. The food ...
... Orlando airport is pretty big with loads of theme park shops, we got a taxi to Universal Hotel & once we dropped our luggage in our room we went downstairs & had lunch. After lunch S&V checked on the entry tickets for the theme park on Mon & Tues. Then we got a taxi to Florida Mall, we all went our separate ways & met up at 6pm then got a taxi back to the ...
... performed two years running at Boston’s Honk Fest that features some of the best brass bands from around the world.
The set up was perfect. On October tenth, we kicked off Boston’s 2014 Honk Fest with a set at Johnny D's Uptown in Somerville, Massachusetts. October eleventh, our brass band performed in the Davis Square area on the streets as thousands of people enjoyed the variety of groups during this three day event. I had ...
... as well. We then walked to the bus stop that would take us to the World War II Museum. This was another great American Museum displaying a lot of information about the War, there were the usual planes and tanks guns etc but there was a lot of personal stories and memorabilia there as well. After this we walked to Lee Circle where I got some pictures of the statue of General Robert E Lee. Then we walked to the ...