Residence Inn Baton Rouge Siegen Lane
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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sky was overcast and the A/C was doing a good job of cooling the vehicle. No burned out compressor here! I think it was just so hot nothing could cool things down. Haven't had to use the generator for the roof air yet, so we are hoping it will work when we need ...
... 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 ...
... furniture, and has become very popular foe all sorts of occasions thanks to the internet apparently!
There is so much rain and warmth round these parts it's not surprising that the grounds are green and lush so need cutting often with tractors.
After oohing and ahing at the house, we took our leave to do more sight seeing. this time to a place called Angola where there's a state penitentiary ...
... Day 15 May 24 S Venice: Thib's/Seals' to San Marco- ladies shop, Louis and Roger to Naval Museum, luch in Square, return to apt, dinner at apt with Thib's and Tyler's
Day 16 May 25 Su Venice: Roger helps Thib's catch bus to Airport, visit Murano, Burano and Torcello- buy glass piece in Murano
Day 17 May 26 M Venice: Visit Campanile and Doge's Palace with Tyler's; visit ...
... casual' history buffs.
Being in another State Capital town, we took the time to stand before "both" capital buildings. It was a Sunday and both buildings were closed for tours, so the best we could do was to admire from outside and just take photos. Much like other state's, Louisiana has kept its earlier governmental building for posterity, while building newer, larger, taller complexes that enables a state legislature ...