Brent House Hotel & Conference Center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I was planning to have lunch at G W Finns, but the girl at reception convinced me to try the Red Fish Grill in Bourbon Street instead. According to the sign hanging outside over the footpath it's been voted the best seafood restaurant in New Orleans four years in a row. Not surprisingly with a reputation like that, there were already quite a few tables filled even though it was still only 11.30.
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... Jym stepped into a hole with his new shoes...twice and the water/strange liquid that is in these holes smells terrible. All night he was trying to get the stink off his new shoes. Also beware of the open bottom lamp posts. I believe they open them for construction purposes and Jym walked into one of them and there was a wire sticking out and exposed and it scraped him and shocked him. My poor accident prone booboo bear.
... in a real bed since the tour started and we all had afternoon naps before heading out for the night. Dinner consisted of File Gumbo at the Praline Connection. It was like a shrimp and crab meat soup, super tasty and filling and of course with a corn bread/muffin side. We then hit up a jazz club to continue our live music scene nights. It was of course amazing. The fun continued in Bourbon Street. This street almost smells like alcohol and it known as being ...
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This is where the airboats could take you deep in the park. We weren’t ...