BEST WESTERN PLUS Slidell Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... His chain saw fell on him! But you know after all those sad stories she was a very upbeat and knowledgeable lady you would ever want to meet A true sweetheart. She told us a lot about the culture and important information about the districts and areas. Best best best way to go! We started out our hop and go tour of New Orleans. Some noteable observations was a tallest building in the New Orleans that was called the One Shell Square. The building ...
... definitely go back again.
Tomorrow we will be leaving Slidell and will pass through Mississippi and Alabama on our way to Florida. Travelling along the coast provides the shortest distance across both of these states. In Florida, we will be camping for a few days at The Blackwater River State Park in Holt, FL for a couple of days. Sounds really nice and will be relaxing.....they have great hiking/biking, fishing and ...
... from a former colleague a few of us went along, and boy am I glad I did. This evening and experience was my favourite of the trip so far. Watching a live jazz band in a famous intimate setting with only a handful of people - absolutely perfect. I think I've found a new genre of music that I love. Post Preservation Hall we stopped by a 24 hour diner for a quick bite then headed to a bar for a night cap. Next stop ...
... and sausage - and beignets - thin layers of dough, folded into squares then deep fried and coated in powdered sugar. A local delicacy, it is claimed that the best ones are served at Cafe du Monde right across the street, but I can't imagine that they could be better than these. They were deliciously decadent and unhealthy!
... I had seen yet in America. Detailed, iron balconies protruded out of the front of old style buildings with flowers hanging down over windows with shutters. We passed men who looked extremely 'New Orleansy' with long hair, moustaches and guitars on their backs. It was a very exciting time for both of us. In comparison to all the tall cities like NYC and Chicago, the shops and houses here were all on 2 or 3 levels with rustic brick work and old signs hanging ...