Green House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... craziest of the bunch. Now we just watch, and head back to the hotel before it gets too late. We must be getting old!
Tomorrow we took the advice of the concierge at the hotel and booked a swamp tour. They pick us up at the hotel, and we're off to ride an air boat! It should be fun!
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... Hurricane Katrina is still very obvious around the city, but they have come a long way. No visit to the South would be complete without eating Fried Chicken. We had heard about a place a on the city fringe which was meant to be very good. We made our way to Willie Mae’s one lunchtime and tried the famous fried chicken. What a neat place! It is still original and the service was outstanding. A great experience and delicious food. We picked up a hire ...
... with a desk clerk and a guy named Harold, we determine that we can either check our baggage, or they can store it for a small fee ($4 per bag). We store it the onus is on us, we check it and it's on Amtrak.
Much hilarity follows as Harold expresses concern over the sheer size of Julie and Sandy's cases. He takes them to the scales to check the fit in the 'carry on' space. They do, but one of them is 7lb over the weight allowance so ...
... and balconies with intricate details, and then back toward the French Market and Royal Street where I found some art work, stained glass sun catchers and various other souvenirs. I could feel the weekend underway by noon. Streets were filled with music and people. Groups playing music in the streets for money were here and there and the best and most talented drew the most onlookers (and money in their collection ...
... on the road forever! I stopped in a few places to take some pictures. One of them was at the National Fish and Wildlife Reserve office building. The ranger, Max, working there was really nice and let me climb the tower to get a few pics from up there. I made sure to get one of CC. Max was great. We chatted for a bit about my trip. He told me how to ...