Americas Best Value Inn and Suites
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... We crossed into Louisiana at 11:06 this morning. It was a beautiful and sunny day. We made good time and arrived at our destination for the day at 3:15. Nita was going to do some laundry and I had a long list of 'honey do' stuff. If you look at the pictures - you'll understand why Nita decided to postpone the laundry and cycled instead. I still got to a lot of stuff on my list.
... refreshened up and headed out to the gumbo pot for dinner. When in new orleans, do what the new orleans do. Gumbo is delicious, basically a stew. We met up with Rachel & Mark our American friends from the cocktail tour and we headed off for a night on the town. We had a great time and tried a few more signature louisana drinks.
We were merry and hungry so we went on a hunt to go to the famous cafe du monde for some food. It is 24 hours ...
... a bit tense about using a nanny service but luckily she didn't strangle or sell the boys.. she was brilliant with them..phew!! Many panadol later.. er too many late nights for the olds!!..but.… there were so many amazing bars with incredible history - The Coop used to be a blacksmith back in the day… its the with the pic on instagram.. so dark the waiters used torches! We met a couple at the festival (Mary & Joseph - no ...
Harrah's comped us two nights, but the second night was across the street at the W. We packed up and moved across the street. As we were leaving, numerous NBA and other big shots were checking in. In the valet area were a Karma Fisker and a Rolls Royce. Angie saw Jordin Sparks too. We drove 35 miles west out to the river plantation area. We visited Oak Alley. It was a sugar cane plantation. It's Oak Trees were ...
... we tried a trendy little place for breakfast called Merchant, which was so good we ate there two more times (Check out the menu). The greek yogurt, granola, and fruit parfait and the crepes were wonderful! Then we spent the day exploring the French Quarter, the Warehouse District (where the Boudin Festival is), and ended up on Frenchmen Ave. where many popular ...