La Quinta Inn New Orleans Slidell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Wow, Vegas has flown by !
Vegas would have to be the "fleesing" capital of America, it is hard to turn around without putting your hand in your pocket. That said, it is quite a spectacular place, especially for adults. Huge amount of street drinking and everything is geared towards adult entertainment. "The Hangover" would appear pretty true to …
... boy were we wrong! Bob said he would be OK driving over the bayous because the road is low, but there are bridges and they are high. So for the next 20 miles or so I could see his anxiety building. We finally exited the highway to switch drivers, but then we noticed that the Bayou driving was over. OH well, now we know and next time we will be prepared.
We trudged onward and made it to Slidell. We drove over to the campground ...
... 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 - ...
... them to freely move west
Over 400 people were killed on the Chalmette battlefield. The outcome of the battle was clear, American victory. The War of 1812, especially the Battle of New Orleans, played a large role in the country's expansion.
Where to eat: River Bistro: http://neworleans.citysearch.com/profil e/633773120/arabi_la/river_bistro.html ...
... date to have a little reunion of our own. Off to an all you can eat buffet, the three of us prove that Hawaii is the true training ground for masters of consumption at the bufay!
One of Chris' fraternity brothers, George, lives in the Nawlins area and lined up a fishing guide for Lake Ponchartrain. The next morning at o dark thirty, we met up with Cap'n Dudley at his house a few miles from the rv park. His boat was tied up on the canal behind the house, we jumped aboard ...