Antebellum Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... you are about to visit. Through the help of specialists, various pieces, paintings, panels, sculptures and sundry objects have been restored. Physical Anthropologists have analyzed and interpreted the bone remains found during excavations. All have contributed important knowledge concerning our Pre hispanic past and ...
... near the river called Jackson. It has an old fashioned square with a few statues and horse carriages outside it that will take you wherever you want to go instead of going by taxi. The St Louis Cathedral is at the end of center of the square. It is probably the most famous cathedral in New Orleans. We walked from here to find something to eat and saw a lot of live music performances along the way. The saxlophone seems to be the instrument of choice here ...
... pretty much as scheduled. It's a two hour ride, so with an hour time difference we should be on the ground again at 1.20.
Stopped at the information desk on the way out of Louis Armstrong and picked up a copy of the Official Visitors Guide and asked the lady manning the desk where I could grab a taxi. She recommended taking the shuttle instead as you can buy a round trip ticket for $38 compared to a cab which costs $33 one way if you're travelling alone like moi.
... At least I get to spend some time in-flight catching up on blog entries.
We get talking to the lady in the seat next to us who is from New Orleans and she gives us a bunch of tips about where to go and what to see. High on her list of recommendations is the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), which we have earmarked ourselves. My biggest concern about coming to NO since we started planning has been about safety whilst here. It is pretty much the ...
... and I had some competition for her affection that day.
We headed back into town for a look at the WWII museum. We thought we’d knock it over in 2 hours. We were there for 4. It was a really comprehensive, descript and at time moving collection of all things WWII.