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... discovered that they give free coffee and in some cases coke, a good score !. Our drive south took us on another tree lined freeway towards New Orleans. We decided that we should take the what we have been told is the longest bridge over a body of water - 43 miles All very exciting for the first 5 miles but then you really got over it. There was one poor person who had a flat tyre and there was ...
... were treated & lived, but was a shame that there wasn't much information on the slaves that worked & resided here. There was documentation that showed the lengthy process it took to free one of the slaves, who chose to stay & earn money to buy his wife. He & his wife remained on the plantation until their deaths because they were not free until later in life & their children remained enslaved. Afterwards we started driving ...
... 8 full timers in here, 3 of which are
sons of Eddie & Wyvan, the oldest and the youngest and the middle, and at
the moment there are 4 snowbirds, so to speak, most have been here or have been
coming here for sometime. I’m old, but it is like going to a Shriners meeting,
it makes you fell young.
Ain’t Trailer life Grand? No wonder they call us “Trailer
Trash”. Gonna go for an episode on Jerry Springer. LOL
As I ...
... Driving into New Orleans you drive on these bridges for miles that stretch over swamp areas, I think they call them bayous over here. Eventually we made it to New Orleans about 20 minutes ahead of time at around 4pm. We got off and found a taxi out the front who took us to our hotel in the popular French Quarter of New Orleans. The Empress hotel was the cheapest we could find that was anywhere near the French Quarter of New Orleans, I was told not to stay anywhere ...
... café was very cute and the beignets and fresh-squeezed lemonade were delicious. We also wanted to do a city tour so we visited an official visitor's center and they recommended the City-Cemetery tour from Cajun Encounters. We received a nice guided tour of the city, seeing and learning about:
- Saint Louis Cemetery #3
- French ...