Francis Marion Hotel
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... days in a row! Anyway I was a boat length in front after four laps so thought I’d do one more rather than wait around for him to catch up. Trouble was he’s lost count so he did five laps too – but at least he felt all right at the end of it today.
So then it was beer o’clock so off up to the Lido bar by the pool and a couple of beers and a salad for me and burger and chips for Craig. Though his ...
... to go with me. I feel they usually give a short and precise lesson in the history of the city, the architecture and some of the lore of the city. We have a retired college professor as our guide and he is pleasant, likeable and very knowledgeable. Our guide talks as he drives (unlike the trolleys) regaling his captive audience with tidbits of history and pointing out unique architecture.
One unique style ...
... their home in Baton Rouge and spend some time with them there. They treated us to some fine southern, Louisiana hospitality complete with our own personal alarm clock bluebird at the window at 7:00AM each morning! We also toured the McIlhenny family's Tabasco factory on Avery Island and learned some hot historical facts we never knew. Shane and I ate our first Crawdads served up Cajun style, and we were reunited with Boudin- a precious precious Cajun treat!!! Hoo! I do love that ...
lv on a beautiful sunny morning ..the trees are decorated with several centimetres of snow..
Leave the snow behind just N of Washington ..we are 20min late .. I have 20min instead of the planned 52 for my transfer....the length of the airport with no transporters in sight, just lots of passengers!!.the airplane Laing . Good news no waiting to proceed my row ...
... loop, and this one went through the Medical precinct, so it was full of local people off to their various clinics - the halt, the lame and the blind, they were all there. We ended up back at the City Markets so we could go to the Noisy Oyster Restaurant to try the local speciality of crab cakes. I wasn't overwhelmed by them. Americans have a habit of chopping ingredients up and mixing them with ...