La Quinta Inn & Suites Lumberton
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... that have happened. To see both the good and bad of New Orleans provided us with a new perspective of the city.
On the two-hour tour, we learned a lot about the historical roots of New Orleans and Louisiana. Lots of writers have lived in the French Quarter, including Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner. American Horror Story and The Vampire Diaries (TV shows) have shot scenes in the city. Right now, they’re filming Terminator 5 and ...
... at the house, we did laundry and packed some more things. About 4pm we drove back out to Camping World only to be told that it had taken longer than they thought. Apparently the person who told us to come back at 4 did not really know what she was talking about because the person working on "G/G" told us that it is normally a 9-10 hr job and he could not finish it on Tuesday but it would be finished on Wednesday by 9 am. So now we have a major problem since the ...
... 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 ...
... next weekend, we watched an old film from the 80s, from the evil dead series that I love, called army of darkness. It was hyped up before I saw it, but it did not disappoint. It was still an awesomely bad movie. I also attended a few of the local toastmaster clubs to see if I would be interested to join here. I had joined at my previous job, and think it helped me open up a little bit and get more comfortable with taking ...
... of asphalt. Crossed the border into Texas & stopped soon after in a place called Beaumont, fairly unremarkable, not that we've seen much of it. Booked into a roadside motel & had Hooters for dinner. All the waitresses were in their hooter's skimpies & there were tv's everywhere with all sorts of sports. Starting to get a bit tired of the standard American menu thou, everything is sandwiches, sandwiches, sandwiches!!!!! Cheap beer thou ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services