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Date Posted: 21:11:07 07/10/17 Mon
Author: More
Subject: The point that the city is over 300 years old is actually a very important point the city is also built on swamp land. It is almost and below sea level so you're going to have to expect that mildew smell.
In reply to: Loved it!! 's message, "Not sure what you mean by "every one" we stopped in with friends at 3 of them and stayed at Hilton. All lovely. No smells, except maybe food, and that was awesome! Not sure what NANS you were at, but not our experience." on 18:20:51 07/10/17 Mon

The mid Atlantic region afforded us an opportunity to travel someplace that we had never been to. One of the oldest cities in the United States which happens to be located on the Mississippi River right near the Gulf coast. Humidity is a common thing here. I for one I'm thankful that I got to visit someplace I may never have visited before. Everything about this nationals was top-of-the-line. You have to go with the flow. Nothing at all is wrong with Nola

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