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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The only way to make Mardi Gras even more fun is to be with friends..right?? We took Jay and Joyce with us when we left Florida!! Can you say ROAD TRIP!!
We left Florida Saturday March 1st at 6 am and were Biloxi, Mississippi bound. It was about a 10 hour drive which is a long day for Honey and I on the road, as a matter of …
This is essentially a travel day, but by the end of it we will be in a different location and state. Another flight to catch and another morning of stress for me and Marty. This is where our very different traveling styles becomes most apparent. Paul likes to slide into the airport by the skin of his teeth congratulating himself on how he hasn't wasted a single precious minute by arriving too early and having to wait. I wish I could be okay with that, but I ...
... line and lasted all of two minutes before deciding to get out of the line and go and buy a fast pass. This wrist band eradicated any line and we were able to spend the whole day riding rides, not waiting for them. We were hated by pretty much everyone in the park.
The rides were surprisingly fun. The cake though, went to this ride, The ...
Early run around the French Quarter this morning. Not the most fun activity, but one I've got to do. Even at 7.00am, this place is hot and humid.
We had a couple of tours on the books for today, the first was a walking tour of the French Quarter which started on the river front at 10.00am. When we turned up, it became apparent that this would be a private tour. The guide and the two of us were it for this ...
... people, but mostly they were just hanging around and enjoying the sunshine. We spent some time wandering around admiring the art on display outside (including an amazing brightly coloured piece made out of reclaimed wood that I’d have loved for our living room, but that we’d never be able to get back) and then headed across the park and fountain to the famous Café du Monde. We’d heard rave reviews about the coffee and beignets on sale at the ...