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Travel Blogs from Kenner
It's our first full day in New Orleans, and we take the travel guide advice to visit the French Quarter. We take the ever-entertaining trolley down from the Garden District and walk along the Pier to the infamous New Orleans French Quarter. We walk all over, making sure we walk along the entire Royal Street (beautiful shops and buildings) and Bourban Street (for the nightlife of New Orleans - although ...
... After dinner and music, we walked to Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop. Built in 1722, it's the oldest bar in the US. it was dark and creepy and has to be incredibly haunted. From there we wandered down Royal Street and headed back to the hotel.. Tomorrow we are taking a Garden District Tour in the morning. I also want to go back to some cool antique shops we discovered on Decatur street. Mindy & ...
... her cookbook and took pictures with her. We even got her autograph on the book. We then went to a Plantation and took a little tour. It was getting late so we had to head out and go to Mississippi. Before we left we got hungry so we went to Brother's Chicken. It was sooo goood! My dad got something else. He stopped to go get shrimp that were about 4 inches long. Now we are here at our hotel. Good Night. ...
Day 3 Saturday, April 20, 2013
The feeling of today- pure excitement. We had decided that
we could sleep in until 8am, yeah, like that was ever going to happen. We woke
up WAY too early. They had a FREE breakfast downstairs at the hotel and well
you already know how we feel about free, so off we went. I ended up with
biscuits and gravy; yeah it was going to be a good day!
... some crab cake po-boy. The place is called "Meals from the Heart Cafe" and the owner is a wonderful woman. She is so kind and friendly that eating there is a delight. The food is delicious and healthy - nothing fancy, just good ol' home cooking. If I lived here, I would be a regular. Maybe once a week type of place. Unfortunately, the oyster bar was already closed so we headed back to Iberville St to eat at ACME restaurant. However, once again the queue was at least 40 minutes long ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center