Canal Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Bunny's Apartment is in a great location and wore out some shoe leather today with a walk, this morning around the French Quarter.
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... That very short walk to The Zea Cafe on St. Charles for a late Sunday night dinner was convenient. Had some great slow roasted chicken there with all the southern fixins and Bob had the ribs version of the same.
We decided the 25 minute walk into the French quarter Monday morning was easy and friendly in the daylight but were advised to opt for the Trolley ride back at night. Good to know, because it all looked safe and ...
... it's weird that every tour guide buses, walking, carrige all have slightly different versions of history which is cool to see everyone's different takes on things, so it costs 36 dollars each for a 1 hour tour including another walk around the cemerty, also it's pretty freaky that the carts share the same roads as the cars , it was awesome on the cart because it was slower then the bus so you could really see the details in the building and he would ...
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