BEST WESTERN PLUS Slidell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> We got on the road about 9:30 and about 10:30 crossed into LA and stopped at the Tourist Info Center. By this time I was driving since we knew about the BRIDGE at Lake Charles. So down went Bob's hat and with his eyes closed, we went up and over Lake Charles. Made it without incident. Our journey continued on til we came to Crowley, LA. There we stopped at Walmart, only 2nd one we had seen since leaving Beaumont, walked around ...
We took another rickshaw to the country club for all you can drink mimosas at a drag queen brunch. The man driving the rickshaw was sooo hungover from the night before that he forgot to wear underwear, so we got to stare at his ********* for 20 minutes.
Steph had the best homemade quiche of her life here, we had bottomless mimosas, watched a drag show and continued on our way to catch the CTC steppers second line (a ...
... stomachs we sign up for the Hop on – Hop off bus. We took the full two hour circuit noting the places we wanted to return and planned our calendar for the guided walking tours included of the French Quarter and the Garden District all included in our Hop On fee. Bundled up on the top outdoor deck of the bus, we got a good cool view of the city. A short walk from the visitor center back ...
... dinner we, of course, had to watch the Saints-Cowboys game and since we didn't have tickets, what better place than Champions Square outside the Superdome where they had it on a gigantic (and unbelievably clear) screen with cocktail bars and rabid Saints fans (OK and a few Cowboys fans) everywhere. Laissez les bons temps roulez! And roll, the Saints did: 49-17. As ...
... are English, Out of town Americans, Spanish and us . There is a lovely ooh and ahh when people hear we have travelled all the way from NZ. The congregation, choir and band all sing a beautiful welcome to us all. When it is unfortunately over, Max chats with the bass player. It turns out he is playing later that night on Frenchman St. He is also a professor of music!!