Residence Inn New Orleans Metairie
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... revolutionary war; it seems such a long way to come and given that the land colonised by the French was further west and south like States such as Louisiana. Melanie pointed out to me the Pell Bridge which joins Jamestown (which I believe is an island off of Rhode Island) it is a gorgeous, tall, suspension bridge! Do not ask me what the difference between a suspension bridge and any other bridge is; I wouldn't know where to begin! But it is known as the pearl ...
... 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 ...
... was interested in... HARRY POTTER WORLD. we visited universal studios to go to Hogwarts, Hogsmead and go on all the harry potter rides! Lots of fun and I was in my harry potter element.
We had a wonderful two weeks in the Deep South and would do it again in a heart beat. We wish we had more time but are so happy with what we did and the distance we covered.
An amazing part of the world, full of wonderful culture, great food, amazing music and lovely people.
... greek and trojan empires.) Chugged into old new orleans to the sound of arcade fire's reflecktor, which matched the frenzy of walled off down town canal street, which i took a wrong turn on, and into the masses of downtown people, drunk and dancing, i would later find out that today was the first day of the parade, a parade that continues into the next weeks of mardi gras. Checked into india house, and though not extremely pleased by the cleanliness of the sheets ...
French Quarter RV Resort, New Orleans, LA
Jan 30 – Feb 2, 2014
Trip MileMarker: 2,377
Waking up to cold but sunny, we are more than ready to get on the road. The winter storm of the century had done its business well. Parts of Interstate 10 were being reopened this morning and the highway was packed with trucks who had been waiting out road closures. Fueling up at a truck stop, ...