Motel 6 New Orleans- Slidell
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Motel 6 has finally stepped up its game. Rooms are clean and you can get a enjoyable nightw worth of sleep.
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Up and at me at 6:30. Want to be on the road by 8. We are getting really good at this motorhome thing. Lol Once we are dressed and had breakfast we can be on the road in less than 10 minutes. Today we are on I - 10 all the way except for a small section on I-12. We are going through lake Charles where there is a huge bridge see photo Lafayette, Baton Rouge, then on to Slidell. Saw a dead armadillo and a possum ...
... climb a tree for like a pet. Back to the French quarter we walked around all the shops, there are some really pretty antique and boutique shops everywhere. We went to jackson square which was built after the battle of New Orleans for memorial of those who died and to show victory and status of New Orleans. Went back to the pool for a dip as it was incredibly hot still, even though we had the biggest clap of thunder I have ever heard, it made me shake! We had a little bit of ...
... swamps where he pointed out there will be no swimming as there was alligators in there. A bit surprising so close to the city.
There was also some once lovely properties that are now a bit run down, like this one, St. Joseph's plantation. They are still working sugar cane, but I don't think there's a whole lot of money for the upkeep of the houses.
... the 4D Tom Hanks narrated Beyond All Boundaries show
The airconditioning was getting to me by then, so it was good to get back out into the sunshine.
We walked back down Magazine St towards Canal St and stopped in a little cafe in the warehouse district called Bittersweet Confections as I needed my expresso by then. The place sold handmade chocolates so ...
So we arose this morning and decided to have breakfast at the campground, that's right, the campground fee includes breakfast. Now first, the campground is is a Passport America campground, so it only cost us $20 for the night, and now there's breakfast! Bob figured donuts and coffee, well he was partially right, there was also, bagels, waffles, cereal, juice, and biscuits with gravy. So for $20 we got a good night's sleep and we were ...