Old Historic Creole Inn
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... knew their way around to these places. It was a perfect way to end our trip to New Orleans! I will say I definitely want to go back to New Orleans. It wouldn’t be for Mardi Gras though, been there, got the beads (and the t-shirt). But there is so much that we weren’t able to do because of the weather or just not enough time. I will be back someday and will wander in and out of those little shops on Royal Street, I will make it down to Fishermen ...
... we could!
Sunday morning we headed into town, drove across the longest causeway I think I've ever seen and into the hustle and bustle of New Orleans. Mixed in with slightly run down buildings was the most glorious architecture - porch fronted quaint homes, iron railing balconied vistas and colourful slatted structures, all aligning long long avenues as far as the eye could see. Hurricane Katrina certainly made its mark but this city has fought back, it is quite ...
... Joint" option would make my Cheeseburger Thursday crew quite happy. The lunch buffet offers extraordinary variety. There is a deli and a fish 'n chips option alongside pizza and tacos and a carving station. Soft serve ice cream machines are humming, comfort food abounds and the lemonade is quite good. So, the price break, for me at least, is not apparent in the food available.
The crew seems to me to be like all cruise ship crews. A large variety ...
... as much, there was not much that was original to the house due to fires, hurricanes and other natural disasters in the area. But the tour was interesting none the less. There was a story about one of the girls in the family who in her late teenage years lost her leg, and therefore nobody would marry her. She went on to become a nun at a convent. We were told some interesting stories about slavery, one about how slaves earnt their ...
Laissez les Bon temps roulee! New Orleans was tons of fun, my favourite place so far! When we arrived we instantly went exploring as our hotel was just off French quarter. The hotel by the way was soooo beautiful, we had a fountain outside our room and it opened into the courtyard in the centre of the hotel that had the pool! We explored a bit of bourbon street by day which was already starting to get heated up ready for the ...