Carmel Inn & Suites
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... to be nothing but swamps on each side of the river. However, there has been a lot of industry. No doubt this explains the many barges and ships. The Mississippi really is a main transportation route.
We couldn't face the main dining room's poor quality of food again, so had dinner in the Porch Café. The food served here is of a much better standard. We'll be eating all our meals here in ...
We were supposed to sail to a new port yesterday, but the river was so high that our next port was under water. So--they were offering a premium tour of a Creole plantation that I wanted to go to, but Kateva wanted me to go with her on the freebie at 8:30 (the tour I wanted to do left at 8:00 & lasted 4 hours). I told her I wanted to do the other tour but she pretty much insisted I go with her...so I agreed. Then this morning right before she was leaving for breakfast, she ...
We arrived around 3 this afternoon and made our way to Poche Plantation, our home for a few days along the Mississippi about an hour east of New Orleans. Mark, the owner here, took a break from his restoration work on some outbuildings here to check us ...
We drove through the historic districts of old towns with restored mansions, town squares with HUGE Live Oak Trees with Spanish moss hanging on their branches, and field after field of sugar cane. Some evidence of the oil and gas industry, but mostly cane fields. Not as extensive as those we saw in Far North Queensland, but there were lots of them.
We are now camped at Felix Poche' ...
... pictures so you can see, but trust me for now--this is one of the coolest little Inns you could visit. It's a string of tiny apartments strung along a gated courtyard, with authentic old-town New Orleans decor. It's almost European--Bohemian, kind of. Very rustic and... hm.. hard to describe.
But anyway, we are all doing well! Healthy, happy, and in New Orleans.
I'll catch up on travelpodding--until then, God bless--talk to you later