Comfort Inn & Suites Slidell
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Travel Blogs from Slidell
... each day with breakfast at out favourite little local cafe nowhere near the French quarter. The food and staff where so friendly, we just couldn't go past it.
Last day and we did the tram uptown to a park to get a bit of nature, before back to give the French quarter a day time walk around. It was another perfect sunny day in the low twenties, and we enjoyed surveying the little corners and secrets courtyards around the colourful district. I'd say its ...
... 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!
... Another food pit stop - milksakes and smoothies at the Hilton no less - excuse me! You have to blow the budget every once in a while.
We also spent a good few hours in the world war II museem - an incredible place - built in NO as this is where many of the aircraft used in the war were built. It is one of the best museems I have ever been too. On our guided tour we had an old war veteran who had served in Japan and it was very moving watching how upset himself and his wife got ...
It's our first full day in New Orleans, and we take the travel guide advice to visit the French Quarter. We take the ever-entertaining trolley down from the Garden District and walk along the Pier to the infamous New Orleans French Quarter. We walk all over, making sure we walk along the entire Royal Street (beautiful shops and buildings) and Bourban Street (for the nightlife of New Orleans - although ...
... back home so we had higher expectations, but nonetheless the tour was enjoyable and interesting, lots of history in the area dating back some 400 years to a very early Indian settlement.
As we wandered though the tour I kept getting stuck behind the tour as I was just so engrossed in taking photos ( all very low light and no flash - no tripod so each one took a little longer than those using their dodgy Iphones as cameras, anyway they patiently waited for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center