Five Continents Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to find the entrance to the Marriott. Once we found it, it was blocked by about five huge tour buses, and there was a throng of people standing on the sidewalk waiting to board the buses. After we turned into the Marriott, we saw many and I do mean many motorcycles. Looks like they are also having a convention at the Marriott. Most of them were getting on the buses - but not with their motorcycles - but many were loading onto their motorcycles instead of ...
We left home with some snow still on the ground and flew to New Orleans to catch our cruise of the Western Caribbean. There is no city that can be compared to New Orleans for vitality and energy, and maybe even noise and liquor consumption! Our hotel, the Renaissance Arts was located in the Warehouse District—just near the Mississippi and next to the French Quarter. We arrived late in the afternoon, so decided to take a ...
... of New Orleans. It was good but super sugary. We felt bad for Nick because he had the first one and it was super weak. Then me and Joe ordered one and it was super strong. Nick made a request that his next one be like ours yet we are pretty sure it came out even weaker... haha
A big group of guys came and sat at the table next to us. They ordered Oysters and I had to know... I have never had one before so I simply asked, " are they slimy?" ...
We slept till 10am… couldn’t believe it!! We went in search of the number 5 bus to take us to the river side of the French Quarter but the road it was supposed to go on was closed for roadworks! After a bit of research and a lot of luck, we found it going in the opposite direction. The wonderfully helpful driver said jump on, she was going to the endpoint a few blocks down the road ...
... bar will give you a plastic cup. We stayed in the French Quarter. The French Quarter is where all the historical parts of New Orleans are located including one of the most famous streets in the world called Bourbon Street. The second floor balconies and the French style homes really stick out. The streets here are named Rue, which is French for Street. Some of the writing is in French on the menus too. Bourbon Street is actually not named after the ...