Staybridge Suites Covington
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... being refused the keys by the LaLauries, they broke down the doors and found "seven slaves, more or less horribly mutilated ... suspended by the neck, with their limbs apparently stretched and torn from one extremity to the other", who claimed to have been imprisoned there for some months. Torture and death – yes. Ghosts? You decide.
Another interesting stop was the Hotel Provincial which never ceases to amaze guests with its ...
... pay a buck, get a cup with 6 dice, roll all 6 the same number and you win the pot. We played for $800 but, as was our odds, lost.
Exhausted, we headed to another dog friendly bar (this time we left Baxter at home). We didn't stay long before we took a ride with one of Logan's 610-stompers friends to get some food. We stopped at bus's broiler for great drunk food, a burger and chili dog, then made it home for the ...
In 1839 a wealthy creole sugar cane planter built the present mansion
Oak trees can live 600 years & these magnificent trees are 400 years old.
The largest tree has a girth of 30 feet and 1127 foot spread of limbs . Many of the limbs go onto and along the ground.
On the trees is a bright green growth called resurrection moss which ...
... the war, focusing much on the war in the Pacific – particularly pertinent to the USA – and the reasoning behind the US entry into the war in 1941. Huge engines thrust out of the stage set, the seats vibrated as the bullets cracked and the tanks roared around us, snow fell from the ceiling and planes appeared to fly straight out of the screen towards us. It was not just a spectacle, however. Tom Hanks and a team of actors and voice-over artists told the story of the attacks ...
... deftly avoiding the touts out the front of sleazy looking dives.
Eventually, hunger and humidity drove us to stop at one of these greasy spoons along the way. The food was passable, if nothing special, so we pressed on resolutely, looking for some market thing.
We eventually strolled along the waterfront, marvelling at the Big Muddy and the giant container ship that passed by. ...