Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown
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... 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 ...
... disrepair. The paint chipping from the walls and wooden windows, some windows boarded up with ply wood, playground overgrown. Apparently the city doesn't have the money for schools, so they struggle to stay afloat. The schools here are funded by the city or county they are in, not from state or federal money. We make our way to the entrance to the festival and I split from my hosts. I would have liked to have stayed with them but I had to buy tickets and they already had ...
... you go for traditional jazz music, I will spend some time at the French Market, Jackson Square, and the fascinating historic cemetery’s. And while doing all this I will be checking out some of those restaurants I’ve read about but weren’t able to get into due to the crowds. Yep, this visit to New Orleans was for Honey…next time, it will be for me and my bucket list!!
After New Orleans we took the next few days to wander ...
... floats were amazing and got hit twice in the face with beads. By the second day, we had so many beads, I started giving mine away.
I'm glad our hotel was in the French Quarter - that's where all the action was! The food was excellent, especially the seafood and the poy ...
... house. I booked a cute rental cottage, The Smile House, near the French Quarter, and we were all looking forward to having our own sleeping spaces, having all slept in the same room for the past four nights. The Smile House is a quaint cottage decorated with a unique New Orleans flavour. After some down time, we rugged up and headed out to the French Quarter for some time on Bourbon Street.