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Travel Blogs from Gretna
... the murky water. I froze and watched as a manatee swam right underneath of me. I stretched out my hand and touched its algae-covered back. Evie saw the same manatee; she touched it AND saw a little baby snuggled under its mama’s arm. It was a surreal, unforgettable experience. We spent the next 3 hours in the water, on and off the boat, searching for manatees. Evie bought an underwater camera specifically for this event, ...
... Frenchmen St for a bit after, but found nothing we really wanted to see, so we headed back.
The following day, we had a riverboat cruise booked. It was pretty fun. The captain gave a good commentary and it was a pleasant smooth ride, you could hardly feel the boat moving at all. After that, and after the appalling meal the day before, we went for a delicious crawfish dinner at Poppy's. I'm glad we did that. I ...
... for our lunch break at a cafe called McAllisters Deli which Brayden told us was meant to be quite good for sandwiches. Jake pointed out that they sold baked potatoes so I had to have one whilst I could, unfortunately they didn't have a cheese and beans one but they had a cheese and bacon one which was nice. Jake ordered a pot of chilli with a ham and cheese sandwich which he said was good. He was still a bit peckish so I bought us both a cookie and a ice tea for me but when ...
We both didn't sleep well in our uncomfortable small bed, although we were tired, we both just couldn't sleep, causing us to not get up in time for the morning cooking class. Instead we tried to sleep in. Once we got up we headed back into town to the IHOP for breakfast, it took a little longer than usual at breakfast because our waitress was too busy trying to be a diva and not doing her job. We were being picked up near our hotel between 12.45 and 1.15pm. ...
... for dinner. I was meeting the Aussie girl I'd bumped into at breakfast that morning. We had a fairly ordinary dinner and had to rush it as she was heading off to a ghost tour. Was great making a new friend - a comparitively local one - so far from home. We're planning coffee in January. Turns out there was no point in doing my hair and makeup that night. (Not that I'd gone to a whole lot of effort. Classic Linley - bit of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service