Homewood Suites Covington
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... moss that hangs from the trees is called Spanish moss and it's an air plant so it doesn't need water or sunlight to live; ('don't let the bed bugs bite' saying comes from these plants) this is because years ago they used to cut the moss off the trees and stuff it straight into mattresses and pillows without letting it dry out and die for 10 days. They still use it today, but they do clean it and kill the plant and termites on it first, thankfully! We came up close and too ...
... and it was CRRRAAAAZZZY. Marie wondered if the places advertising "No Cover" meant admission or the scantily clad darlings in the doorway!
This is our last night in New Orleans. Tomorrow we head to Onaway Plantation and have a car so we can explore the country side a little more. Haven't had much luck with the grave rubbings because it is very wet. Hope to do some eventually.
Good night from the Big ...
... us a chalk graphic of an Ausralian Army badge that an Aussie had draw on the pavement nearby yesterday (as it was ANZAC day).
It was good to get a bit of a view of New Orleans as we drove out to the race course as yet again when we arrived last night we had driven through it in the dark of the evening and not seen much. The French colonial style houses were quite unique. The bus was airconditioned and cleverly they had the radio set on the Festival radio channel and ...
... possible. I still hoped for it though.
When I was in the hospital overnight the week before Gordon died, I was feeling great and ready to go home. One of the nurses asked me, "What is the first thing you're going to do when you get home?" I did not hesitate for a second - I did not need to contemplate my answer. I would give my dog a huge hug and kiss. She gave me a double-take and laughed at me. I told Erik I ...
... a cooking demo by Ms Linda Green the Yakamein lady, we all got to have a taste. The kids loved it. We then went into the Old Mint briefly before catching the Streetcar to Toulouse St. We walked along the riverfront through Woldenberg Park up Iberville St along Decatur to Canal St. We decided to ride a streetcar a bit out so we caught one going up town. We got off at Jefferson Davis Parkway and then headed back to the French Quarter. By now everyone was hot and hungry so we headed to ...