Henry Howard House
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... quickly! Finally the valet lady comes to my rescue (yet again) and wades in to the situation and makes it all go away. She gives me a claim tag and points to the bus. Thank you Emery!
The bus ride is about 45 minutes to a point south of NOLA, and there is only 1 pick up after us so pretty seamless. The last 10 minutes of the drive we are passing huge houses on either side, mansions on stilts. We found out later these were the homes of crab, lobster & ...
... in his hand from the squeezing it endured. After touch down we were pretty hangry (hungry angry) and hit up a local restaurant in the French Quarter district for a typical NOLA dinner of gumbo, creole and pecan pie as an entrance into this lively culture. Our first day in NOLA we set off to find coffee and beignets (pronounced ben.yays) from Cafe Du Monde which was a recommendation from my sister in law <HAWT tip Jules, thanks!>. For those of yow'll who haven't been ...
You never who'll be on a train. It's probably true the world over. There's always one person that disturbs half the carriage. On our last journey, there was ************e in the carriage. We had a family in front of us, whose littlest member could be forgiven for not sitting still. Today, take you pick of the fruit loops...
The redneck infront of me who was dressed ...
When making travel arrangements, we extended our stay in New Orleans to return on Monday so we could indulge in a hearty Sunday jazz buffet brunch at The Court of Two Sisters. I could barely walk out of there! My favorites included (but certainly not limited to) the shrimp gumbo, the crispy bacon, bread pudding and bananas foster. I had to truly pace myself, but ate as much as I ...
... College football playoffs) had just taken place so people were everywhere. We managed to find parking right in the center of things and started walking around. We found a places called Nawlins Cafe and Spice emporium and decided to go crazy and try some local cuisine. We stopped short of ordering the gator bites or frog legs and stuck with some classic seafood gumbo and chicken jambalaya. I was a little nervous at first because the food down here is ...