O'Keefe Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... on the streetcar, an accountant returning home from work & he gave us history lesson & told us more about the houses.
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... have a quick group workout to help settle lunch a little bit). We hopped on the buses by 5:30 to head to Meg's high school, Academy of the Sacred Heart for the ceremony located in a beautiful chapel on campus. Meg looked so gorgeous and both Meg and Will looked completely blissful.
Once the ceremony was over we were bussed to the Audubon Tea Room located in the Audubon Zoo! It was such a cool venue and the zydeco band they hired (grammy ...
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... very friendly man who has himself been working on the boat for four years. Once it's done, they intend to put it in the water and sail it up and down the east coast--at least a couple of times. There was no one in the shop on Sunday, so we got a good look at everything, including the deck, onto which we were allowed to climb. Someone asked when ...