Comfort Suites New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... it was a really nice bar with cool fountain towards the back. After this we all trekked (about 45 minutes) to Frenchman street (I think that's what it was called) which was a really great atmosphere but I was just too tired so headed on home. Overall I enjoyed New Orleans but didn't absolutely love it. Perhaps because I'm not huge on big crowds and ...
... we had a few drinks and headed elsewhere to try different places. On the way back, instead of bypassing Bourban Street, the crowds pulled us in and we headed to the swamp. Although we had a really great time, Cassie's phone and my passport got pick pocketed so we headed back to the hostel in bad moods to deal with it. We woke up at 3am pretty hang over and made a return trip to McDonalds - no regrets that day though, it was exactly what we needed. We then headed to the ...
... what turned out to be a brilliant and famous Irish bar and lounge – Pat O'Brien's. For the next 3 hours we thoroughly enjoyed twin grand pianos being played by world class pianists who also sang beautifully and a very strange percussionist who played a drinks tray with metal thimbles! They sang a wide range of songs of our vintage and many which we loved. We also tried a few cocktails, but none we'd ...
... as eating the prawns was messy !
We had the following food:
BBQ shrimp - my favourite
Softest warm bread to mop up the sauce
and an amazing dessert.
After that they took us to see the Mississippi River and their planation style home which is on the Mississippi ...
... had never experienced anything other than the life she had seen here. We have one drink and I am very glad to get out of both the bar and the Treme. I don't feel like we have enlightened ourselves here, but I do feel very sad for the people of this area who have grown up in poverty and remain unable to escape that cycle. Hurricane Katrina barely damaged the French Quarter of New Orleans which is the main tourist area but it truly decimated areas like the Treme ...