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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 …
... room across the hall as she couldn't live in that room anymore without him. She lived in that house another 20 something years and was the longest living resident at Oak Alley. She was the one who set up the foundation and opened it up to the public. Her son sits on the board and still lives in one of the houses that used to be a part of the plantation. Oak Alley has had many tv shows, movies and music video's produced on the plantation.
... many old plantations in this region, many of which are preserved and now open as heritage houses. We stopped at on such heritage plantation for a wander through its garden. It was not one of the grand huge plantation one imagines, just a small acreage of yucca with a master's house and a few outlying log buildings for a few slaves and other farm equipment. By about 2:30 we were back on the road. Pretty soon the vast open freeway had dwindled down to an ancient double highway ...
... and sharing lots of stories and laugh's and she hooked us up with all the tourist and local must do's in NOLA!
We found out this night that we rolled into New Orleans for All star weekend, the kick off to Mardi Gras parade, as well as a Drake, Young Jeezy, Meek Mills ans Snoop Dogg concert..Which made the next 5 days arguably one of the best 5 day stretches of our lives.
We woke up on Valentine's day found parking a 5 minute walk from ...
We wanted to spend time exploring New Orleans today. After a breakfast of crispy maple bacon and scrambled eggs at we home, we set off on foot for the French Quarter. We checked out the galleries on Royal and picked up some souvenirs, ending up on Canal in search of a Starbucks to fuel ourselves. We considered a hop on-hop off bus ride around the city, but opted for a city sights bus tour which covered the garden district and the areas affected ...
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