Prytania Oaks Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We said our goodbye's to Ro today and checked out of Country Inn and Suites and decided to drive to the cemeteries. We did Greenwood and Metairie again and this time got to see more since we were driving. Much more pleasant in the heat and you can cover more territory. Finding our way INTO Metairie, however was a tough one. You have to make a right …
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... another shirt, so he's ironing that. They are all brown and / or blue, normally chequered, and he only has jeans to wear. After requesting he bring one pair of dress pants for when we go out in Vegas, he brought dress jeans. The room doesn't have a door on the bathroom, so Jock jumps in the shower and I can hear him complaining about it being cold. He's cursing and trying to have a wash though it's sounding more unpleasant as he continues to grumble about the ...
... of course), the humidity and heat got the best of us and we decided to head back to the hotel for a much needed rest. We did head back out at 4pm though, mainly to take some photos of New Orleans in all its glory.
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... brother when we were growing up. We used to play EB, Exuberant Badminton, in the yard; this self-created game required that we hit the birdie as high as possible each time, and see how many times we could hit it back and forth, even rescuing a shot after the birdie got caught but fell out of the trees. Our best game was well over 150 energetically high hits; after playing EB with Jim I could never quite restrain myself playing badminton ...