Stay in a former home of a famous French impressionist in New Orleans, check into a cozy loft in Lafayette or spend a few days in a house in Natchitoches which was featured in the award-winning film "Steel Magnolias. Guests can stay in one of three suites, each of which sleeps up to four people, or one of two rooms, each of which can accommodate two guests. There are four additional rooms in the Garret with space for two or three people. All guestrooms have their own bathrooms, and some feature antique claw-foot tubs, Jacuzzi tubs, or private balconies. In the morning, guests receive a homemade breakfast that is cooked to order and has items such as Bananas Foster, Pain Perdu, omelets, and French Waffles, as well as a Mimosa or Bloody Mary. There is also a walking tour of the neighborhood that is available to guests.
The Invention of the Teenager [alterna180.com]
Having finished at No. The win was his third in seven starts this season and moved him into the top 10 in the Charles Schwab Cup. American Family Insurance Championship: For the second year in a row, finished T3 as the tournament host of the American Family Insurance Championship. Opened with an 8-under 64 and was a first-round leader for the first time on PGA TOUR Champions, but a second-round 74 proved to be too much to overcome. Before Saturday, his first 30 rounds on Tour had been under par, which is the fourth-longest streak in Tour history. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
Important Events From This day in History August 30th
The Invention of the Teenager The automobile was monumental in the evolution of courtship. High speed and moonlight drives inspired a spirit of reckless abandon. In the 19th century, the American world consisted of children and adults.
It was founded as a military academy and is still today steeped in military tradition, giving rise to the school's nickname "The Ole War Skule. Modeled initially after Virginia Military Institute , the institution opened with five professors and nineteen cadets on January 2, , with Colonel William Tecumseh Sherman as superintendent. The school closed on June 30, , with the start of the American Civil War. Downtown Baton Rouge Campus Historical Marker During the course of the war, the university reopened briefly in April , but was closed once again with the invasion of the Red River Valley by the Union Army.