La Quinta Inn & Suites Lumberton
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... everything in "G/G" but still what to do about the refrigerator. Bob had turned on the generator before leaving Camping World so we decided to put all cold stuff the thermal bags and put them in the car and when the temp in the refrigerator reached 40 degrees, transfer them to the freezer/refrigerator.
We pulled away from home about 1pm, 4 hours later than planned, but we were on our way, FINALLY. As we progressed, we figured we would hit Houston at rush hour which ...
... with a smoke, so she announced to people in the car that she was going to have her smoke anyway and went to the bathroom and did. The conductors jumped all over her and told her they were going to let her stay on but that if it happened again she would be thrown off. She then had an argument with her boyfriend about it. Another woman got on in a small town stop in Louisiana and ...
... leadership roles. The club here is very small, but there are one or two members that I respect and think I could learn a thing or two from emulating. I stopped in on the local hike and bike club meeting. I would like to get involved with their weekly and monthly rides, but first I need to get some supplies, like lights...and possibly a road bike? It would be fun. I decided to become a wine club member at winestyles, just to ...
Not much really to write about today. Had brunch & a quick look around the Museum of Louisiana, the exhibits on Hurricane Katrina & the Mardi Gras. We both wish we had a bit more time to explore this lively & characterful city, anyway onwards we must go. We hit the interstate highway again heading west, more loonng bridges & swampland. Road was a bit more congested today & not always in as good a condition, a lot of ...
... Orleans to the state capital of Baton Rouge (well, it actually flows the opposite way). We spent the next couple of hours touring the famous plantation houses (often in hollywood flicks) along the road. We did a tour of arguably the grandest plantation house, the Oak Alley Plantation. The tour was very interesting, and the grounds / house very impressive! After our lunch from the esky, we headed back on the I10 and started eating into the miles. We made it into Texas ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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