Five Continents Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... in the French Quarter is stunning and the locals are so beautiful so just strolling around with nothing specific planned turned out to be a wonderful experience of its own.
After a walk along the Mississippi river we stumbled across the farmers market; not before Greig got conned out of 20 bucks by a gentlemen who proclaimed he could guess correctly where Greig got his shoes he was wearing "I can tell ...
... art gallery and a musical instrument museum, which includes Louis Armstrong's first cornet and Fats Domino's piano. Both were residents of New Orleans. The other park is the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve. This park contains 6 different sites throughout the southern part of the state, including three Acadian Cultural Centers, which I would love to have seen but they were too far away and we were out of time. We did visit the ...
... older New Orleans as the cars are original and fun to ride. They are slow but that is good to being able to watch the neighborhood pass by.
The Lafayette Cemetery #1 is really interesting with it above ground tombs. The tombs were arranged as if part of a town with streets between them, many of them designed like temples or other structures. Hopefully the pictures will do justice to the fascinating place. It is definitely ...
... we headed straight for Bourbon Street,
The place was jumping, really up-beat.
Started at a pub, then a bar for jazz and blues,
And a few pints later, our sobriety we did lose.
We both loved New Orleans, the vibe was unique,
We recommend you come here, maybe stay a week.
Thursday for us was a mission complete,
We hit our final state – what a mighty feat.
Alabama was first ...
... Playing Miles Davies on the I pod to compensate for the fact that I've been too fatigued to go out for live jazz. We went out for a meal at Muriel's on the corner of Chartres and St Anne's.....pronounced Charters......these people know nothing. An ex brothel, Muriel's was everything Buorbon Street isn't , tasteful and good humoured. We had a lovely Creole meal, I ate the fattest best tasting prawns I've seen. It was expensive but worth it and enlivened by one of the ...