Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast New Orleans
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... side to a place. The kids were doing well but slowly building up energy while strapped in the car, so we stopped by City Park. City Park was a revelation for me. At 1,300 acres, it is the 6th largest municipal park in the country, 50 percent bigger than New York's Central Park, and has been a feature of New Orleans since 1853. As the kids spent some energy on the playground, we admired the centuries old oak trees, not quite as big as ...
... She asked if I could please move so he could get a better run at it. What I wanted to say was something like, "I could drive a 747 in there," or "Is this his first day driving a truck?" Instead, I said, "Sure."
So, I got Cheryl up and told her we had to move. Although Mrs. IHOP invited us to park behind the building, we decided to move across the street where the parking lot was better, and empty. I parked so that we could make a speedy exit ...
... a lovely battered cone with no sugar or gluten, filled with your choice of fillings and cheese. This did the trick and we headed home happy and full...stopping to peer into shops and pubs along the way...the music was just gearing up.....
Wed.... A full day of walking in the French quarters. Kathy provided us with some historical landmarks and we took numerous " beverage" stops enroute.
The streets and homes are so ...
... inherit; vertical-align: baseline; list-style-type: disc; list-style-position: outside;">The Columns Structure, It has seven columns, a bench running along the inner walls and a throne or altar in the middle of the room. The chambers along the side were used to deposit six burials, along with offerings of small ...
... and tablets and passed the time. In New Orleans we did not want to go to bed immediately so we walked to Harrah's Casino where I was actually lucky so won a little which was nice. The Hampton Inn we stayed at was in an old warehouse and the lobby really was done up nice for Christmas and was comfortable when we spent some time reading there in the morning before catching their free shuttle to the cruise ...