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... some tape from a mini first aid kit I had with me, it worked .....for a while.... Anyway we decided to buy some duct ape, however the sat nav cable has been getting worse as it's got a faulty connection so in the end we opted to buy electrical tape and used t for everything. We are also going through fuel like crazy so have to keep stopping! I can't believe how small the tank is!! Anyway we finally made it here and we had to ...
... building had a vaulted roof and was used for ceremonial purposes. In its interior, there were altars and benches used for placing offerings and holding certain kinds of ceremonies. "The Murals" has only one construction period which dates to the Post Classic period (1200-1650 A.D.
- Today we decided to have a day to relax and walk around New Orleans.
- We sold hats throughout the day and sold another 50 hats for $1250.
- We then went to the National World War 2 Museum in the city. We learned a lot about World War 2 vehicles and technology.
- The admission ticket costed me $14 and parking was $10.
- After we went to the museum we saw Will Ferrell's limousine broken down on the side of the ...
... Park is quite lush and very big. It used to be a cotton plantation in the early days. We only look at a small corner of it, apparently there is a zoo at the other end of the park. While we are here we see lots of squirrels, which are very different to the ones in London, much smaller and way more flighty. Paul thinks they are like rats with large tails. It's very humid and has been raining on and off through the morning. I doubt anyone living in NO would need a ...
... the Mississippi and surrounding the city to break, causing a huge influx of water that was 30ft high in some suburbs, with at least 80% under water and the minimum water height around 4ft. A lot of people left New Orleans after that disaster, and the population is now 100,000 less because a lot of people moved out in seek of higher ground.
New Orleans has recovered amazingly after katrina, and the city is again alive and buzzing with the sounds of blues and ...
Other places to stay in New Orleans
Six Flags, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $61
Six Flags, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $56
West Lake Forest, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $54
Viavant - Venetian Isles, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $62
Esplanade Ridge, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $49
Six Flags, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $64
East New Orleans, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $62
Six Flags, New Orleans | 1 star motelfrom $58
French Quarter, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $95
- St. Peter Guest or ghost house?
- Will stay again without a doubt!!
- Just like Arnold! I'll be back!
East New Orleans, New Orleans | 1 star motelfrom $55
Mid-City, New Orleans | 2 star motelfrom $69
Esplanade Ridge, New Orleans | Motelfrom $45
French Quarter, New Orleans | Motelfrom $175