BEST WESTERN PLUS Slidell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our animals and friends - I miss having more than one TV. We're watching football. Eww!
Some funny thoughts and signs:
"Sulphur" -- yes that's actually a town in Louisiana
"Schlitz and Giggles" - sports bar
"Who's your craw daddy?" -- sign for a local restaurant
"Stop to pet a baby gator!" Really?
"Don't feed the gators". just above the bayou here at the rv park.
... deftly avoiding the touts out the front of sleazy looking dives.
Eventually, hunger and humidity drove us to stop at one of these greasy spoons along the way. The food was passable, if nothing special, so we pressed on resolutely, looking for some market thing.
We eventually strolled along the waterfront, marvelling at the Big Muddy and the giant container ship that passed by. ...
... take a grave rubbing but wasn't very successful. I need to buy some masking tape then it should work better.
After we had re-boarded the bus we rode through the city and canal street which is very wide as it had been planned for a canal though this was never built. At one time it housed legal prostitution on the northern end. Also at one time the French original owners lived on one side of this street while the Americans, who had bought ...
... I moved up Canal in search of Frappechino. My first stop was a MiniMart where I left the bottles at the counter when 3 of them rang up to $13+. I mean seriously, a soda at festival prices is cheaper than that. I made it to the CVS at Canal and St. Charles and was directed to the 4 packs I was looking for, $6.59 is what the price tag read and I was proud of my thrift! Checking out I looked at my receipt and had been charged
$8.99. Feeling confused I went and double checked that ...
... area for her son who owned the cafe.
The next decision was which plantation to visit - Oak Alley, St Joseph or Laura. We chose Laura because it was a Creole plantation. We found out later that St Joseph was used as the setting for the movie "12 Years a Slave". Between the movie and the tour, we could visualize the dichotomy between the slaves and their owners.
Stop 12: New Orleans - ...