O'Keefe Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in the highest zoom. Jock is swearing at his mobile camera, and I'm trying to explain that you don't take landscapes with a zoom lens but then give up. Let him swear. He's having a great holiday. This is wicked he offers. He's smiling like he's won friggan Lotto and really thats my birthday present. His happiness. To get him off that deck in Tauranga, and in a Mustang mowing down some bridges and culture. New Orleans awaits. We were having quite the ride... but the ride was yet to ...
... 8217;t know about them. We saw a lot of different varieties and you always see a new one. I was in there a long time and Jym humored me on that one. I love butterflys.
Jym’s arm is bothering him. I think he tore a tendon or something but we went to the CVS to buy a brace and pain patches. He used his jacket as a sling the rest of the day. We went back to the hotel for a nap and for him to ice his arm. Then ...
... The economy is not booming, folks. We finally got on the Interstate and headed for New Orleans. Our destination was the National WWII Museum. We arrived and paid extra to include the 2:00 showing of Beyond All Boundaries - a 4D experience about the war. We walked through the rooms about both the Pacific and European theaters, and finished with the D-day exhibit. We spent about three hours there. We then headed to our motel ...
... dirty, humid room. Had a reality shock. Keen to spent the least amount of time in the room as possible we headed out in New Orleans to the French Quarter. Walking down Bourbon Street famous for the size of the strip and the eclectic mix of bars. We went straight to a restaurant where we ordered a platter of seafood from shrimp to crab. Walking down the strip we admired the bars and looked forward to a big night out tomorrow ...
... be one of the most active sites in the French Quarter. Michael said it is one of the only places he has seen activity WITH HIS EYES. Most of the time it is your other senses that pick things up or photographs and video footage.
Sadly we couldn't go into the ballroom as it was set up for a wedding, but Matt is super keen to get in there at some stage during our stay.
Hopefully I won't have trouble sleeping tonight!
L & B x