Cotton Exchange Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tipsy after having quite a few drinks. It was a lot of fun watching the Contiki group ride the mechanical bull and just listening to corny country music. The atmosphere on Bourbon Street was so crazy - naked men everywhere, beads absolutely everywhere, crazy outfits, drunk people. I got home at about 2am after catching the trolley home on my own. A heap of the group were sitting the lobby so I just sat down with all of them and relaxed before going to ...
... also visited Oak Alley which was my favourite for the day. It's been filmed in a few movies and was breathtaking. We got back to the hostel and picked up my passport, got Cass a new phone and then headed out for dinner on Bourbon St with Gannon from the hotel (WA boy) We had original New Orleans food including Alligator bites and I had a shrimp 'Po Boy' which is a tradition baguette (sort of). We then hit a few pubs, having a drink and then moving to the next. It was a good way ...
... of the deceased are placed in bags and put at the back of the vaults. The coffins are destroyed to make room for recently deceased family members who are then placed in the tombs with the bones. The graves are above ground because the water table in New Orleans is so high and shallow graves are not a suitable option since flooding causes coffins to float out of the graves.
After visiting the cemetery, we walked into into several of the ...
... again! Hurricane, Planter Punch and Mint Julip. There were 2 combinations of pianists and when the first pair returned we listened to a few more tunes and decided to move on. We went to the Gumbo Shop (recommended by the Information Centre) and had some traditional food. Okra and shrimp gumbo and Shrimp Creole. Interesting but not brilliant. Exhaustion set in and a taxi took us home.
Flew from Richmond to Atlanta where we were met by the Pastors In Atlanta that we are going to this weekend They kindly took all our big suitcases so that we could just travel on to New Orleans with our cabin luggage. on Delta Airlines. Had found some return flights for $250 USD
We flew over Lake Pontchartrain which has lhe longest bridge & looked like the ocean & saw the levees