BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Stop in at xxxxxcafe to get Beniots. 6 for all of us. 2 minutes later I am back in line for 9 more. They were excellent. Took the streetcar up canal street and walked over to Bourbon Street. The kids watched a street performer doing magic and ...
... to the glass allot otters are very playful, there tank is filled with loads of dog toys that they play with , I'd say there about the size of a beagle dog and they are fascinating to watch. The last highlight for jake ways Frosty the owl, such a cutie, he is a owl that was hit by a car and couldn't fly so he couldn't be released into the wild, he was eating a mouse when we got there. After the aquarium we did some shopping jake got a leather trench coat ...
... s the Mustang all on its own on this weird angle parked against the wall. Jock turns to me and says, do you think I should move it over there? Wait Wait Wait (in the voice of the LA pedestrian crossings) go f*ck yourself. We make it to this place that plays live music and there isn't any. You should be here tomorrow night (Friday or Saturday) the guy behind the bar says. I just stand there and after an incredible pregnant pause tell him I can't wait that long. We leave ...
... Marie Leveau which Milton claims if the most visited grave in the United States ahead of Elvis and then JFK. I find this hard to believe, but we let him have it. He explains that voodoo was a religion brought out by Africans from their homeland and didn't (certainly not in it's beginnings anyway) have the sinister connotations Hollywood has given it. Milton tries to teach us all a bit of local vernacular- "hey baaaaaaby, howsyomomanyem?" Which is basically "how's your ...
... all the things that had been destroyed by Hurricane Katrina including one big hotel which was covered several stories high with water and still stands abandoned after all these years.
Joleen dropped us back at the hotel and we walked two blocks to Bourbon St looking for Jazz, food and vegetables. There were a couple of places with Jazz but the musicians were on breaks as we walked by and a couple of other music places - mostly ...