Residence Inn New Orleans Metairie
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... moved to the top deck and took in the beautiful breeze and some piece and quiet. I sat on a Heineken for the rest of the evening and we enjoyed the views on either side of the boast. Dixie land jazz band played up the front and we could hear it at the back. We passed refineries, Navy boats and barges and interesting buildings and goings on. There was plenty of light and the river views were always interesting. With something different around the each bend. ...
... and maple syrup is offensive, but they see it differently and I have no recourse to challenge it. It's really no wonder that people hate travelling here. Not everyone is a threat. Oh, and by the way, there have been 2 mass shootings here in the last 3 days, and you can buy guns at Walmart, but my maple and blueberry syrup are somehow more dangerous. Is no body going to address that elephant in the ...
... of the little lights lining the bridge in arcs like a pearl necklace at night when it is lit up! Next on our tour we stopped off at Fort Adams which is one of the oldest forts in America; it was also one of the longest operating forts in America! When we walked into the visitor centre to find a leaflet, what caught my attention was the Irish Museum! Who knew but one of the first min places Irish immigrants came to in America was Newport, R.I? They made up ...
... polite and pleasant. The woman at our table was from the Midwest.... guess they are different.
After shopping a bit, separately, we retired for some catch up afternoon napping Emile and Karen have been out partying so they slept more while Marie and I dined at a little place called "EATS". We had ceaser salad, mashed garlic potatoes and fried green tomatoes.
We are now out by the pool eating a pint of ice cream.
... 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 ...