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... and made it to the surface. They were then picked up by the Japanese and in turn, sent to a POW camp. Arguably a worse fate. As you left the exhibit, you were confronted with the photos of all the crewmen, and a few were lit up to show those who escaped the doomed vessel. You were to see if the crewman you represented survived. Of course mine did. He was a obviously asolid worker and did his duty with the utmost professionalism. Unlike these other slackers ...
... the city? and there are huge levies all around? Amazing place here. We love it and wish we had more time here - it is such a great city - definitely a go to place and put on your list! It will definitely be a 'return to' place . We'd love to have done a swamp ride, and a plantation tour, other areas of NO, oh well - just means we have to come back. About to head out for some tea and local jazz - yeah. Hope all is ok in your world Take care Lots of love the ...
When did you leave Heaven?
How could they let you go?
How's everything in Heaven?
I'd like to know
Why did you trade Heaven
For all these earthly things?
Where did you hide your halo
And where did you lose your wings?
Can't have a honeymoon without a wedding so going to kick this off with some pics from mine and Nicole’s wedding in New Orleans. Still ...
... knocking around as it is the Civil rights museum, we had gotten there to late so just took some pictures, the guide there pointed out the window from where the shot came from and some grey paving paved the line of fire upto the balcony of the hotel. Was pretty erie actually as to see the place and flower reeths laid out for someone so influencial in World and American history. What occured to me though was that the hotel was a bit of a dive, you'd think someone of his ...
Today was our 6th Anniversary! Yay us!! And, to celebrate, I had booked us a table for 2 at the Commander's Palace jazz brunch in the Garden District.
We were up early, but not too early--the first thing I noticed was that it was VERY humid this morning. I walked out on the balcony to take a photo--but couldn't because my camera lens immediately fogged up!
Our brunch reservations weren't ...
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