Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one last pass down Bourbon Street to walk off our dessert. As it gets later, they block off Bourbon Street to traffic, and the crazies really start to come out. We even saw one guy, asleep on the sidewalk, holding on to the last remnants of his bottle of whiskey. As the night goes on, it just gets crazier and crazier. There was a time when we'd be right in the middle of it, hanging ...
... is a really cool city. I would love to visit again one day. The French Quarter has some beautiful history and old buildings. We spent a lot of time walking around here, checking out museums and eating at the many fantastic restaurants. We also visited Louis Armstrong Park, the Botanical Gardens and the extensive City Park. There are some very good museums in New Orleans which we took refuge in their air conditioning and enjoyed the exhibitions. The ...
Huzzah! We finally conquered telephoning to book a cab this morning. We'd tried numerous times previously, and even Peter and Jessica tried to no avail, but the day we are moving on, we finally get an answer at dispatch and a cab outside our door.
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All I can say is YUM! Beignets and cafe au lait at Cafe Du Monde are a MUST! But get there early because the crowds flock for this tasty treat. I ate the entire plate of beignets, which was quite a lot, but it lasted me through the day and until dinner that evening. I walked up Esplanada Avenue, once "millionaire's row", to look at the wide avenue with beautiful historic buildings. I walked up and down streets to admire ...
... the inner city areas are still in ruins in many sections. Houses that had flooded, or had caught fire were everywhere and people were obviously still living in them even though they really shouldn't be. There were full blocks of rebuilt houses that looked great but it was all too clear that a lot of the city was still in shambles. After the initial shock of what New Orleans looked like we entered the French Quarter to a whole other atmosphere. The Sugar ...