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... would try one of the "pedi-cabs" which is actually a bicycle cab where a cyclist can take two people in a little bench seat behind him. It was a lovely warm evening so it was nice to be out rather than in an air-conditioned car. As he cycled along he chatted to people on the street (who chatted back - people from the south are so personable) and we even passed Bourbon St again. It was interesting to see it at night as it was even crazier than during ...
... out some famous cafes and bars as well as the church in the centre. We then walk up to the banks of the Mississippi River (Thank God for spell check) which is kinda disappointing to be honest. I guess I’d just imagined it to be different. Instead it’s the colour of my local canal with factories belching out smoke all along it. After the walking tour we head back to the hotel to check-in. Ahhhhhh, a hotel. We are all definitely ready for this. The hotel is so nice with ...
Howdy all Arrived new Orleans with everything intact. Could'.nt work out the third language that was on signage in airport. Looked like French but not really, found out it was creole. Our b&b is very quaint. Rob & Kevin were on hand to greet us and went through things to see and do. Met up with Jenny & graham and strolled about for a while and then went to a restaurant used by the locals called EAT! Didn't serve alcohol but ...
... amazing 9 if only I had purchased this nice wide angle lens i saw in NY - it was over $1000 and although Wendy was happy for me to buy it i just couldn't bring myself to spend that much - but if I had boy would I have had some incredible photo's.
The little gift shop opened up just before the Cave tours started which allowed us to buy some souvenirs, a few little gifts for jack and Lilia's school mates as well.
The Cave tour started about 9:30am, and ...
... real thing. I've never been one to get all hot and bothered over brass bands, but I was simply blown away by the talent flooding the streets of the city (wow, no pun intended there...) I've posted a few videos, but even those don't do the street musicians justice. In addition to the random street bands I was lucky enough to encounter, I also inadvertently routed a self-walking tour right through the Crescent City BBQ and Blues Festival that was taking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed