Comfort Inn & Suites Slidell
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Travel Blogs from Slidell
... and discovered quaint little balconied houses, fascinating boho shops, antique shops and, of course, music on every street corner, doorway, club, bar and cafe and a culture of friendly easy going southern charm. AND we discovered beignets! (Ben-nya) close relative of the hot doughnut. Delicious. Food ... Gumbo, creole, crawfish, lobster, jambalaya , southern fry, bread pudding, all intrinsically part and parcel of the ...
... There were two restaurants that we had thought about going to for dinner on Frenchmen St. but one – The Praline Connection - had over an hour wait and the other – Snug Harbour - looked shut at lunchtime. Totally overcome by the crowds we wandered back to the hotel amongst rain showers. We saw the Rex parade from a distance but it honestly looked like transport trucks dragging huge platforms – not floats – so we did not try to get close.
At the ...
... he replied, "Well, it's the oldest gay bar in America". We laughed, hysterically, and then hung out some more. At one point, a man accidentally wandered into the bathroom stall that was occupied by Kelsey and screamed in terror and threw his hands in front of his eyes - "I mean you're very lovely, but eughh".
With the knowledge of the actual whereabouts of La Fitte's now firmly in hand, we wandered back down Bourbon, grabbed some drinks, and started ...
We arrived 25 miles outside New Orleans, Louisiana where we camped for a week. We had never been to "NOLA" before, so there was much anticipation as we prepared for what there was to offer: namely, the French Quarter; secondly, THE National World War II Museum; thirdly, the Chalmette Battle Field and Cemetery (War of 1812 with the Battle of New Orleans) and--how could we forget--the ...
... I got a bit waylaid shopping again. Entering yet another dress shop we were greeted by a shop assistant who asked if we would like a vodka and orange – thinking she was joking, we all said yes. Five minutes later, she brings us each a vodka orange drink! Needless to say, I brought a dress and belt, and rehydrated, we continued on our way.
Adam and Mark loved the band at Preservation Hall. One of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center