BEST WESTERN PLUS St. Charles Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... most fertile and influential musical landscapes in the world. The pressure is immense .Top tip don't follow my first strategy which was to type Mississippi into my I tunes search and then shift any songs into the new file. Mississippi by pussycat, a dreadful Swedish 70s song is not evocative of the bayou. But hell it's on there I must also mention the extensive research and preparation that went into the painting of Bevs toes for this trip. The photo on this ...
... Hamburger and Seafood Company. Joeleen and I had thick cut catfish with hush puppies, garlic fries and coleslaw (specialty of the house). Hush Puppies are balls of cornbread dipped in milk, rolled in corn meal and deep fried. The catfish had quite a fishy taste. Marie had thin cut catfish which was crisp and less fishy tasting. We also had Gumbo which was yum. Dennis had chicken strips.
Then we went to Cold Stone for ...
... He previously lived in really bad areas of New York and was telling us about his past; shootings, stabbings and other nasty occurrences that I wouldn't wish on anyone. He was saying that new Orleans is the nicest place he has lived and then this happens. Bad things always happen to the nicest people. We said our goodbyes and headed to the van to start our long journey to Austin, Texas. I would have to say that I really liked the vibe of New Orleans. The feel of ...
... disrepair. The paint chipping from the walls and wooden windows, some windows boarded up with ply wood, playground overgrown. Apparently the city doesn't have the money for schools, so they struggle to stay afloat. The schools here are funded by the city or county they are in, not from state or federal money. We make our way to the entrance to the festival and I split from my hosts. I would have liked to have stayed with them but I had to buy tickets and they already had ...
... while waiting.
The buses finally arrived and we boarded...our tour guide was okay--and we weren't able to tour the French Quarter due to the streets being closed because of the Jazz Festival.
We drove the streets of the Garden District and toured the areas most affected by Katrina. Lots of homes still boarded up and needing repair. We stopped for lunch at a hot dog place, Dat Dog, that was ...