Sun Suites Of New Orleans
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... to be someone else's hat. Elizabeth was behind us and we made a bit of noise to go back and get it. We quickly retrieved it and Andrew tipped the dude $20 at the end and explained its significance. He was grateful and thanked us for our service. We saw 4 lt plastic containers bobbing on the surface of the river. He pulled it ip and there was a massive catfish on the hook and a cement weight holding it down. He put it back, I did feel sorry for it. We finished up at ...
We were served breakfast this morning which consisted of a cous Cous type dish and vanilla yoghurt, then a muffin with banana and syrup, very nice different from what we normally have but delicious. We then went for walk to find where we could purchase a three day pass for the street cars. We found Walgreen which is a grocer and pharmacy so we purchased the items we needed and we found we could purchase our ...
... night and plan to go back. We also came across a corner that had music and fun for children, lots of dancing going on. The lady at the information centre told us about a Greek Festival that was starting tonight so after a short rest we drove to the festival. It had great food and music and it was good to see the different ones doing the traditional dances. A good day and another is planned for ...
... 11 - $20 / foot. The sex of an alligator is determined by the temperature of the egg, warm = male, cool = female. Alligators have 3 eyelids (crocs only have two) and lots lots more...
We had a really good time on the tour, and came away with a new found respect for wetlands.
After a lot of thought, we have decided not to go to the Jazz Festival. On advice from locals, there is an anticipated audience of around 400,000 people over the course of the ...
... glass. I'm also wearing a lovely floral skirt. Not quite used to the wind blowing around my bare legs as it billows. Friday morning was a run to the Goodwill Store to shop for our costumes. There I was, pawing through racks of skirts and dresses on hangars, when it washed over me again. The Wave. The Wave of grief and pain. Whose skirts were these? Which women had chosen them for specific parties or outfits, only ...