Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown
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... sorts of fantastic sculptures, statues, and floats in various stages of construction. A perfect ending to our NOLA time.
Our visit to New Orleans was a wonderful experience due to our gracious hosts and their attention. We certainly felt like we were introduced to the feeling and spirit of the city away from the stereotypical bourbon street tourist traps. Rhonda and Brian, we can't thank you enough and we can't wait to come back.
After we were done, we headed back to I-10 and continued east. Cheryl had checked out some old plantations that were on the way to New Orleans and we punched it in the trusty GPS and hit the highway. The one we were headed for was called the San Francisco Plantation. The lady Cheryl talked to on the phone said they had parking for RVs so I was cautiously hopeful that it was true.
When we pulled up we saw a large gravel lot near ...
Walked across to Lee Square then back to the Quarter via St Charles and had half a dozen oysters at Remoulade, which were fat and creamy. The guy through an extra one in so ?I told him to keep the change out of a ten.
Lunch at a place across the road from the hotel called Mr B's Bistro - one of 13 restaurants in New Orleans owned by the Brennan family. Wasn't particularly hungry so just ordered a cup of the seafood gumbo and their mini tasting plate ...
... dinner last night at Emeril's New Orleans. We both had Duck Liver Toast with Peach, Collard Greens, Smoked Gulf Drum Fish and Mayhaw Mustard as an appetizer. Mary had Squid Ink Pasta with Tear Drop Tomatoes, Basil, Calamari and Gulf Shrimp for her second course, while I had Craw Fish and Crispy Pork Belly Spring Rolls. We both had Ancho Chile Glazed ...
... same with sky tram. The highlights were the Panda exhibits & the giant polar bears. After the zoo we went back and hit the pool then later in the afternoon rented Segway's for the first time to ride on the scenic parkway around the bay. They were fairly easy to learn to operate but as we were heading out Karen went around a couple of ladies, after she passed they hogged the road which caused me to have to leave the pavement and lose control on the grass - I jumped off ...