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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... kmph since this is the French quarter) in a mule and carriage. Seriously though we are all broke college students who are trying to spend as little as possible on this trip and still have the time of our
lives. However, we all throw away this sense of frugality the instant we see signs of good authentic food or funky alcoholic beverages. Not even 1 hour into being in the French Quarter we found ourselves sitting outside in a little café known as café ...
... the next few blocks to the park, Nate was tended to by an EMT stationed there while Megan received flirtation and free beer from the other EMT. It seems there was a pony keg at the medical tent just for nurses and doctors who attended. Even though Tyler kept saying Megan was an electrition, they recognized her physical therapy accreditation and poured her a drink.
As the party had entered the square a woman was passing out business cards that ...
... and I headed down to the water and walked Decatur Street, very nice area with a French Market and a Christmas Shop! Hayley got her decoration of course, and then we walked back to the house to make up our wine slushies for the week out of the mixes we got at the farmers market in Celebration and to $2.99 wine Walmart! The wine was actually good, very tasty even without the added flavour of the mix. Go Walmart! Speaking of Walmart, that was where we went after a bit of ...
... I felt more vulnerable than before. Another cab pulled up and he wanted $80 to take me to the Super 8. Yes I'd remembered it. Someone had text me it? Weird? I said no way and he told me to get out of his cab. I can see how they make their money at night because some people would just pay it. F*ck you this cabbie swore at me. No F*ck you, I'm a guest in this city. I slammed his door hard as he pulled away from the curb. Immediately another cab whizzed in. Are you ok buddy? He ...
This morning we were met by Naïf Shaday our personal tour guide of the French Quarter. We started on St Philip street and wandered down to the French Market stopping at some buildings where he gave us the history of the architecture. He showed us the difference between the Shotgun style home and the Creole style home. He also showed the American influence that came later to New Orleans. We went down a couple of streets and we saw several different things like the ...