Comfort Inn & Suites Slidell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Slidell
... through my mind, I pulled Betty into a quiet, secluded property (think "Deliverance") about an hour out of New Orleans.
As we were greeted by 4 young men, with the best Southern Louisiana accents you will ever hear, wearing checked shirts and rubber fishing overalls.. we knew we were in the right place !
Meeting "Captain Brian", (when you see the photo of our air boat, you'll see what I mean), didn't exactly allay our concerns for a safe return from the ...
... not wrong about what I had seen (after all, I did just get new glasses, maybe they are defective) but I was right. I went to get helped and stared at this employee (whose hair was really cool, fluffy and had points like Sideshow Bob but wasn't red like his) for about a minute while she carried on a conversation with her co-worker behind me. When I explained the discrepancy she went and double checked me and returning said they had the wrong price up. I asked for just the ...
Another nice breakfast at the B&B and we were off to New Orleans. We had to stop at the famous general store in down town before leaving. Interesting old store. We took the long drive to New Orleans and passed over the long bridge over Lake Pontchartrain. Cool view. We has a nice dinner at a wine bar / restaurant recommended by a (New Orleans native) lady we met at an antique store in ...
... in the Bayou LaFourche area. We now had a plan.
Having called ahead, we sped along the back roads to Kraemer, paying attention to the sugar cane trucks on the road. We arrived just before 11 am, only to wait for another 20+ minutes while Zam's Bayou Swamp Tours tried to locate an available captain. Our captain, who worked the midnight shift at the power plant, was aroused from his sleep. ...
... night. I'm not 21 anymore and light up mugs with blue daiquiris are not my thing but it was interesting, for sure. And, we caught another wedding second line when we were making our way back to the hotel. This one was much larger and they stopped to party in front the Cathedral for a bit at the end.
Well, it was time for our nightcap of beignets (only one order this time), milk, and decaf iced cafe au lait--which we ate back at the hotel. What a day!