Clarion Grand Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... for. We got back to the station at about lunch time so mum took us to the restaurant that sold these very nice French donuts. We went back to the hotel to chill and before we knew it, it was time for dinner. We went to a pretty flash steak house and pretty much as soon as we got there I spilt the water all over Emily so we had to get a new table. The day went so ...
... then we originally thought! We were happy with our room - 3 bunk beds and the all important air conditioner. I shot gunned bottom bunk as usual as to lazy to climb the ladder all the time and Cass is now known as the top bunk bandit! We meet a lot of other people staying at the hostel that night. There is a common area out the back with heaps of seating and fridges and also the pool with deckchairs. Was a great set up and it didn't take us too long to get involved with the group. ...
This whole trip got started a few months back when I booked accommodation for three nights in Algiers, located directly across the river from the French quarter. A town with a slight inferiority complex judging from its motto: "New Orleans best kept secret."
A cheap hotel in a quiet, charming town was one benefit, The other was an excuse to ride the ferry across the Mississippi. And like proper tourists we immediately headed ...
... there was a bike shop about 2 or 3 blocks away. We had to leave the bike and to fill in time, started walking to the French Quarter of town. We had no problem at all filling in a couple hours by visiting the French Market, surrounding historical buildings and generally getting orientated in the tourist district. There were lots of groups of musicians busking on street corners.. jazz, blues, and cajun. Back ...
... air plant that grows on bark of large trees. It survives long periods of drought by shriveling up and appearing dead and grey. Once watered it opens up and is a vibrant green. It can be seen hanging off trees everywhere.
The guides that showed us around were dressed in period costume.
In 1836 there was 57 slaves who lived in ...