La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... adventure. Now that I knew this museum was here, I had to check it out. I drove downtown and found a park. The website promised a unique collection of artefacts collected by Ambrose for the museum, and the entrance promised a lot with original concrete bollards from Utah beach, Hitlers Atlantic wall, including pot marks from bullets. I headed in, get my military discount and pay for both the beyond boundaries film, and a hands on submarine experience as well. ...
... an hour after eating and everything was going great. We were able to have the head of nursing contact our doctor and start the discharge process as we did not want to spend another night in the hospital.
As I sit and type this we are waiting for Kaitlyn’s final discharge papers to go through. I cannot say this has been a very good hospital experience and for the first time on the trip we have both really missed Madison (of course we ...
... as you can imagine it was hectic! So finally at the domestic terminal I'm in line to drop my bags and get on the plane and they told me I had missed it. So, with no cart for my bags I tie them together and go to the help desk where they re book me on a flight. It was 9 am at this point and the next direct flight was at 8pm or the next day. Not happening. So I got on a flight at 11am ...
... at the end of the photo shoot.
Ran around the French Quarter, danced, ate amazing food and met the "witch queen."
We ate: alligator, jumbalaya, boiled shrimp, crawfish estoufe etc etc yum
got stuck downtown in the cold as we waited for the right bus to come along.
warmed up with some champagne when we got back to the house and passed out with the kitties at our heads
... too hard, she'll be right.) As we were finishing dinner, the heavens opened and the rain just bucketed down. And dashing on those cobbled streets is rather dicey, just FYI. I stayed upright but I have my trusty Skechers to thank for that. But the result of *not* dashing, was to risk drowning. So much vertical water. While Bourbon Street could use a damn good wash, the timing was woeful. The freak show that I'd been so keen ...