Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Baton Rouge
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... a really long time ago - a different life that is so different from my current life. Tad and the girls were really interested in seeing my practice rand rehearsal rooms and lockers, and then we walked up campus a bit. We did a final drive around the full campus loop, and I showed the, the faces in the Sallyport. After leaving campus it was time for a trip to a Good Co. BBQ on Kirby. Once again, all five of us devoured our meal and I took such joy in seeing Tad ...
... small museum. I'm not keen on that kind of history, but my driver wanted to go check it out.
Coming back it alternated between brilliant sunshine and rain so hard it was difficult to see the road ahead. Thankfully only a brief patch to drive through.
Tomorrow we're on the move again to Natchez. It's also steeped in history, so fingers crossed we embrace more of this lovely area's past
... 7 May 16 F Kotor: Market (???), fjord-type setting, St. Tryphon Cathedral w/numerous artifacts including relics, mountainous trails, gelato
Day 8 May 17 S At sea: Dinner on the aft deck
Day 9 May 18 Su Messina: - Sicily Van to Taormina, amphitheatre, lunch, gelato, site in Messina, Stromboli Volcano eruption on route to Capri
Day 10 May 19 M Capri: Louis and Roger ...
... and from the courtyard of the Doge's Palace and from a perch atop the observation level of the Campanile- those photos are included herein.
Additionally, you can take a look at the images available at the following Internet site. The Basilica is said to have some 4750 square yards of mosaics some of which are seen in my photos. The floors are also richly decorated in mosaics. ...
... workmen, supplies, equipment, etc., move via what I have termed "work boats." Basically, they are of similar design but painted differently. They are steered via a rudder and tiller. On one occasion, we saw a helmsman looking straight ahead and moving the tiller with his foot. Dogs were often seen on these boats- sometimes in the cockpit and sometimes on the foredeck. I know this is a civil engineering thing but the "garbage boats" were very interesting and ...