La Place Motel
Travel Blogs from LaPlace
... an older guy, checked the tire surface on the right front. He noted a flat spot on the inner surface. We figured it is caused by towing the car and making turns when the wheels don't follow along exactly. No danger is involved, just the noise and vibration. I was very relieved, since it's been bothering me for about a week now. When I get back home, I'll check back with the place I bought them and see if there's anything they can do for ...
... creation of the Department of Energy and the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.
The Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA) also led to the creation of the Department of Energy. The original purpose of the act was to promote a method of conservation to the citizens of the United States. This point was made as the act stated that it was officially United ...
... a bit more of the city, like the business district, the garden district, which is where I think all the old plantation homes are, and they do tours of the Ninth District, which is where Katrina I'd the most damage, which would have been interesting to see. But there will be a next time, so I'll just have to console myself with that thought. So we're now a week into the tour, and I'm continually excited by how different each place we visit is ... Every town and state has its ...
... t actually that far from where I was before and I could have had a
little walk around the cemetery myself – you may be wondering why I wanted a
look. Well they bury everyone above
ground for a year and a day, then they remove the bodies and bury them, weird
eh? Plus there is a famous voodoo woman –
voodoo is very big here – that is buried in one of the cemetaries, mind you
knowing my luck I probably would have picked the wrong one ...
... lived back hundreds of years ago and where the sleazes lived and worked.
The main road that divides the city is called Canal street and back in the day this street separated the White Americans and the Creoles. The Americans lived in the Garden district in huge white mansions while the Creoles who were of French decent lived in the French Quarter in Large colourful houses.
There really is so muh