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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After dinner we headed to the streets of New Orleans. When we got there it was pretty quiet. People were setting up for parades but nothing was really going down on the main road. We stopped at a convenient shop and retrieved some beverages. New Orleans does not have an open container policy like most cities so that was pretty sweet! And we walked around until we hit Bourbon St.
Holy moly do the crazy people come out. We saw ...
... cuisine service in New Orleans. They have a lunch special, priced according to the year. 2015 means it costs $20.15 per person for a 3 course gourmet spread. It was sensational… and the 25cent in house cocktails were great too!! After that we took a public bus ride along Magazine Ave, doing multiple stops. First was the Fresh Food Market… yes, real fresh fruit and vegetables, meat and fish ...
... won't be disappointed. Sunday was the Po'Boy festival, where thousands flock to Oak Street to pay homage to New Orleans's version of the sub, hoagie, cheesesteak, speedy, or whatever sandwich moniker you prefer. The festival featured Po'Boys with grilled shrimp, fried shrimp, catfish, pulled pork, grilled vegetables, boudin sausage... just about everything under the sun, so we were in hog heaven. With a great mix of cheerful people, friendly dogs and live Creole music blaring, ...
Due to the previous nights mishaps we couldn't leave as planned so we had to hang around the campgrounds for a while before embarking on the biggest drive of the trip. Understandably everyone slept most of the ride today, trying to catch up on missed sleep from the previous night. Our lunch stop was at a beautiful park complex that had a huge wooden playground, some sporting fields and some lovely picnic areas. We spent most ...
... venue by brutally slapping my butt and shouting at me, “Hey, big booty girl – get in here for some shots.”
“No thanks, ma’am” was my short-spoken concerned reply as my speed increased, leaving Jessica far behind.
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