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... this street was undesirable and it proposed a nervous and uncomfortable feel. Fortunately, the daytime hours contributed to our protection and we would learn not to take this street in the future after sundown. The cracked avenue eventually curved around and we were able to find an access road to take us back and into the hotel parking lot. We checked in, were offered free margarita’s as it was Margarita Monday and happy hour. We took our bags to our ...
... at points, but it was pretty cool. The whole trip was brilliant, and we both loved it! That afternoon we returned and Lois wanted to have her last set of beignets before we left the next day, so we went to a recommended restaurant for some typical southern cooking, and typical service of being ****** off, but the food was lovely so we couldn't complain! Then followed this with beignet chasers before heading back for the evening. We weren't really keen on staying ...
... br> Hopefully we can get in on Sunday afternoon and catch Eric Clapton...
Arriving at New Orleans airport, I had arranged a hire car to get us to our hotel. It is about 30 minutes out of town. Originally booking a small car, guess who was just sitting there, with a lonesome look on her face.. "Betty"... Betty is a Black on Black Dodge Challenger !! Oh Yer ;)
Obviously, we had no choice but to accept the exceptional hire offer and ...
... from Saturday night Bourbon Street, listen guys, I'm trying to keep this PG-13 at worst.
Day two started at 2 PM but to be fair it was daylight savings time so I lost an hour since we sprung forward. I quickly cleaned up, made myself a bagel to go and walked over the the World War Two Museum. An absolutely fantastic museum that givens a great critical look to both the Allied and Axis sides of the entire conflict from the ...
... River. Very interesting narrated tour, with information on Katrina Hurricane that hit here 8 yrs ago, and the devastation it left behind. New Orleans is 65 miles from the coast but it is also 6 feet below sea level, so when the levies were breached the town was 12 foot under water. At Jackson Square the St. Louis Cathedral a beautiful architectural ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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