Suburban Extended Stay Avondale
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1872 was the year that a group of
businessmen invented a King of Carnival, Rex, to
preside over the first daytime parade. To honour the visiting Russian
Grand Duke Alexis Romanoff, the businessmen introduced Romanoff's family colours
of purple, green and gold as Carnival's official colours. Purple
stands for justice; gold for power; and green for faith. This was also the
... outgoing group of participants who knew how to have a good time! We all bonded and got to know each other very well, and have started to email outside of the program. Joyce recommended that we consider organizing a trip together as a group again some time. The dynamic of our group of participants was astounding. I really felt like I had a family away from home and could not imagine having a better experience for my first program.
I will miss just about everything besides ...
... all that great. The Crawfish Pie was tasteless and the bottom was burnt and the butter beans were too spicy so I added the rice they had alongside and that made it a little better. The other problem was I was pretty sure we were eating in a Gay restaurant. There several tables with just one man on his own which really looked out of place not sure why. Plus all the staff were men, there were no woman waitress or cooks or anything like that, really strange. We then decided ...
... in Harvard Square and get high just from walking past the Cambridge Common and breathing. Such vibrant cities!
Laila and I searched out places where we had excellent vegan meals (Mona's Cafe on Frenchmen Street was one of our favorite restaurants), and we learned how to duck in and out of stores and shops with air conditioning to lower our body temperatures before heading back out into the steamy streets. And after a time or two ...
... an energy about it; corny though that sounds, it was buzzing at 1.00am and I was tempted to take a look outside but thought perhaps everything would be closed and only the few quarhawks about up at 1 am! Besides I thought I had a train to catch! Now the reason for which the Maple Leaf was delayed is still unknown; it was not from lack of asking! I can only assume that the persistent heavy rain there when I arrived must've had something to do with it! I was told that ...