BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the Mississippi and surrounding the city to break, causing a huge influx of water that was 30ft high in some suburbs, with at least 80% under water and the minimum water height around 4ft. A lot of people left New Orleans after that disaster, and the population is now 100,000 less because a lot of people moved out in seek of higher ground.
New Orleans has recovered amazingly after katrina, and the city is again alive and buzzing with the sounds of blues and ...
... home-cooked American pancakes. They didn't look perfect, but tasted pretty good for a first attempt.
We took the street-car to the French Quarter. The street cars are pretty cool in all aspects but temperature and were a great way to get into the main part of the city. We spent the next few hours wondering around the French Quarter including Bourbon Street...We were actually dissappointed with Bourbon Street. It has become ...
... where the Creoles told variations of the tales in their native Louisiana Creole French language.
Talk about swamp people! I swear our tour guide Captain Tom could of been off the show. He was entertaining for sure. Interesting fact - the gators are aged based on their size e.g. 1 foot = 1 year old. There were 3 Racoons playing on the bank and a young gator in the swamp, Tom started throwing marshmallows to the racoons trying to get ...
... entertained, I am. Beginning to feel peckish we headed to Jackson Square where I scouted quickly and gave reccomendations to everyone of where they should grab a bite to eat. Tyler filled his mouth with sausage, Polly and Caroline went to Antoine's booth and got the butter beans and the stewed chicken and grits respectively and I, remembering the turtle soup from last year again stopped at the Court of 2 Sisters for more of the same. We ate our lunch, sharing the ...
... Not that any of the assembled were Cajun, but it's Mardi Gras and this was one more in a series of festivities I'd been part of which were deliberately counter to the prevailing practice of standing alongside parade routes and screaming for beads and swag from the guys on the floats.
Anyway, after the mystic circle ended as all good religious services do - with food, though this was a decidedly unkosher ...