BEST WESTERN PLUS Landmark Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... personalities - Bourbon is brash and raucous, an unruly teenager feeling invincible, blaring its music late into the night. Royal is slower, more mature, full of art galleries, jewellers and a different type of punter. Massive diversity with the length of one block. The properties are most deceptive and unlike anything at home. There is little by way of garden or frontage with most of the houses opening into the street. The treasures, however, lie within. A bit like the ...
... Eyewitness Travel wrote can be admired in the Convent's chapel.
Opposite the Ursuline Convent is Beauregard-Keyes House. Many famous New Orleanians have lived in this house. General Beauregard only lived in the house for 18 months but because he was such a famous Civil War hero, the house still bears his name. We were not able to go into the house today because they were filming there.
Jackson Square is a great place to sit and people watch. ...
... we went into the cafe & got some beignets which are a kind of donut. We walked back for the tram back down into town it was very busy & we got off just before the end so that we could get some lunch before meeting Scott to go on the Paddle steam boat for a cruise up the Mississippi. We had lunch at a fast food place called Popeyes typical deep fried chicken with French ...
... to happy with the trip and had higher hopes and compared it to our trip last year. I am enjoying it but find it too slow paced and less interesting for my liking. We arrived at Mobile at the Marriott at 5.25 pm. The hotel is nice and we found that we can't do washing here. Turning undies inside out is my next trick and I don't care. The first thing we did after dropping bags was to come down to the bar. Andrew anted dinner but I was happy to snack if anything. We were ...
... ourselves with much of New Orleans, taking part in the Bastille Day celebrations; we walked everywhere from our rooms in Treme, and spent almost one whole rainy day riding the streetcars, north to NOMA, the New Orleans Museum of Art and the Sculpture and Botanical Gardens, west to lunch at Seed, and then south to the Mississippi River. New Orleans is a beautiful city, and certainly a very musical one. As you walk or sit by the ...