Clarion Grand Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... while Rhonda gave us a tour of the restaurant's many rooms and some insight into its storied history, including showing us a secret door that led from the ladies' powder room into a room where the ladies could get a drink, since it was unseemly for lady folk to drink in public. Antoine's has been visited by movie stars, musicians, Presidents, and even the Pope, and we're happy to say you can now add the Carters to this list.
... home. Cheryl and I unhooked it in record time and I moved it into the lot. We waved apologetically to the drivers who were stuck in the road.
I was then able to back up the motor home and continue into the lot and find a place to park. Cheryl brought the Jeep up and parked in front of me so I didn’t get blocked in. It was getting warm already so we cranked up the generator and A/C for Harley. Don't want the boy getting too warm.
... suppliers insisted that they take 4 barrels of rum to one barrel of whiskey...so Pat O'Bryon created the hurricane to use up all of his excess rum in storage. One drink pretty much does you in!! Streets are filled with buskers and musicians on each corner competing for attention. All genres of jazz...such fun to be toe tapping in the streets.
Dinner was at Adolfo's for creole-Italian....shrimp stuffed cannelloni as ...
... served as a dais from which the speaker addressed the people gathered here. In "The Altar" one can observe two different construction periods: to the west there are balustrade steps, completely covered with stucco; which is the oldest construction and dates to the Terminal Classic period (1000-1200A.D.); the ...
... stopping for coffee and a beignet on the little balcony at Musical Legends Park, followed by Jambalaya and Gumbo at the Old Coffee Pot. Then we visited the balcony of Dickie Brennan’s which has great views over Jackson Square before trying the roast beef po boy at Johnny Po Boys. To finish we stopped at Laura’s Candies to try some pralines. There were dishes of free samples scattered around the shop, so everyone tried a bit of everything before Lyndel sent us on ...