Antebellum Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... called HOUNDS HELL. Can you hear the banjos playing? There was a bit of OMG what have we done?!!??!! We chanced it...and put our stereotypes away....and we stayed and all was fine. Lovely folks greeted us with knives in hand. They were busy carving pumpkins for Halloween. We cycled on an old rail line called the Virginia Creeper. It was one of the most beautiful cycles we’ve ever done. At 34 miles long, it winds through the Blue Ridge Mountains and at ...
... no sleep in over 36 hours, driving was out, so we walked. It was awesome. And what kind of Grandma would I be if I didn't buy shirts for my grandbabies...lol. Even though it is early here at the French Quarters, we going to bed. We have many more adventures to get too ...
... family: monospace; font-size: 13.333333969116211px; line-height: normal;">We visited art galleries on Royal Street and saw vast quantities of work we could easily have brought home with us, but sadly lack of space prevented us buying all but two small prints of jazz singers. Then it was off to the main event - Bourbon Street. Famed across the world for the jazz and party scene, the street has become synonymous with the good times to be had in the city. The bright lights ...
... for the derailment of a private freight train!
The Amtrak people were really very nice about it; they arranged for the Subway (the only food place in the station) to provide food for all the passengers on Amtrak. It's a little odd to eat a Subway sandwich at 7 in the morning, but it's better than no breakfast. Amtrak allotted $8.50 for every passenger, and the three ladies in Subway (which opened at 6) were working their tails off to ...
... I think walking is probably the way to go. I will say that with Hurricane Katrina a lot of the roads are still in need of repair. We couldn't believe the pot holes, ripples and uneven pavement. I guess the horses don't mind?
Jackson Square represents the most historical part of New Orleans. We'll leave the historical importance of the square up to you folks. From the river the square leads into the ...