Balcony Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Street and were kindly met with beer dripping on our head and puking patrons on the sidewalk. We only entered a few of the gift shops on the strip as we had far too much traveling and not enough money for the drinking desires that seemingly filled the streets. The bar sharks grazed the storefronts holding up signs for “2 for 1” or “Drag Show Tonight.” The upper balconies of the brick Creole style townhomes filled with guests ...
... the seats, bringing an almighty scream from everyone on the boat! Straight after this, the driver revealed his baby alligator, steady.., he had with him, and offered everyone to hold, okay this is sounding weird, and can't describe it any other way so look at the photos! Anyway, we sped off further down the swamps, and parked up again, when all of a sudden the driver jumped in and started playing with a massive gator! He was looking a bit snappy, and the guy looked a ...
... live the first set from one of the stages to get us in the mood. The Shotgun Jazz Band, they were very good.
We arrived by 11:30am and after bag check wandered into the site which was already heaving with people. It was going to be very hot today 84F. We had purchased bottles of water at Walgreens before we set off.
First off we went to the Blues tent to see Ironing Board Sam, who plays his keyboard attached to an ironing board which is the hung around his neck! ...
We all decided to go into New Orleans together. We start with a short driving tour and enjoy seeing the typical New Orleans houses. New Orleans is known for its French and Spanish architectural influence.
These houses and neighborhoods are exactly what I had in my mind when I pictured New Orleans. There ...
... prevents flooding problem. If people are to build houses on the riverside today, they are required to be on stilts about 15 feet aboveground. However, those houses still had three feet of flooding when Hurricane Katrina hit!!
I'll stop now - but it was a fascinating two hour boat trip. Oh, and at the end Sheldon took us to see the three baby boars he's caring for. Their mother died and he's adopted them - they were about 6 weeks old. Sheldon picked one up ...