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The outdoor pool offers liquid relaxation on a hot day. The hotel is less than a half-hour east of Baton Rouge, the Louisiana Boardwalk and Louisiana State University. Gamblers can try their luck at the casinos within a half-hour of the property.
The hotel also has a business center, a fitness room and a guest laundry on-site. Shoppers can try their luck at the Mall of Louisiana, 16 miles away. Guests can reach the Big Easy in approximately 90 minutes.
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So jumping into this movie and respecting Paul's legacy was part of every major choice that happened," says Gray. People were not used to shooting without their brother. But it also helped pull them through to dedicate this to him."One of the final scenes in the filmmakers worked references to Walker's character into the opening street race sequence shot in Havana.
giving an alarming suggestion of the rounded, mobile, unsupported flesh inside”), and when Lilian takes her first bath that sends Frances quietly reeling into fantasy.But the whole point of Cuba was an homage, pulling Paul into the opening sequence of," says Diesel."The sequence was answering something Paul would always tell me as producer: 'Vin, we need more racing, more racing.' Cuba was a glorified race sequence in a place and environment that allowed for an old-school racing sequence."also gives another big nod to Walker in the story, which Diesel calls "the greatest tribute."As to whether Walker would have appreciated the eighth movie, Diesel takes a long pause before answering."I’m afraid to ask him.I knew her casually through mutual friends who were also living in New York and I was always intimidated by how sophisticated she seemed.
She lived in this loft on the Lower East Side and it wasn't till I went there for a dinner party and saw just how crumbling her apartment was that I realised she was like me – a crusty weirdo.
We started going to weird experiential music performances and on to bars.