La Quinta Inn New Orleans Slidell
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... their fortunes! Now I can say I have been there. I resisted and did not buy beads and all the other mardi gras **** that easily accessible. We came back to the rv and chatted and laughed about the wonderful day that we had. A bit of a downer. We had a flat tire on our dually. Tomorrow's plans will have to change so Clarence and Jim can go get our tire fixed on for the next part of our journey. The plans were a scheduled tour to the bayou to see the ...
... got some great underwater pics. I ended up touching like 7 manatees; ok, it was probably the same one, and I just touched it 7 times, but still cool.
After we returned to the main site, we changed back into our clothes. I loved the experience so much that I bought a souvenir or two. Or three. Ok, maybe four.
After our swim, we had lunch at the Crystal River Mall. It was similar to the Rehoboth Mall: run-down ...
Well it's time to go!!! Japan, here we come. This should be a great trip and I'm excited that we will be seeing some different things from last year. Well, we are wheels up on our way to Denver. As usual, I'm sitting by a nut. The isle seat is open and he won't move over to give us both more room... What in the world is wrong with people? He said he "likes the middle seat!" Are you insane dude? MOVE ...
... plenty of land and they are likely anticipating future growth, the feeder road is 3 lanes across (!) with a speed limit of 60 mph. Thus we were able to travel on the feeder road almost at the same speed as the highway and not pay anything. Bizarre. I will say this about the highways down here is that they are very well designed with huge flyovers at the interchanges, some of them over 10 stories high (what you can do when space is not a constraint - ...
Caught the 'City of New Orleans' train at 6.50am. Very dodgy taxi service negotiated at 2am when half asleep. Lovely train, cool breakfast of French toast and a chat with a lorry driving guy who joined us. Turned out that he was a Pontiac car collector from Michigan and he was travelling to meet fellow collectors. Strange guy though - when he heard that we were British he claimed ...