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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... again. That is one thing that you miss when travelling like we did – a space of your own to chill out. Much as I love that car – it is not comfortable for sleeping and chilling out in!
We were a little disappointed that we haven’t seen any bayous like you see on the movies, but without knowing exactly where to go, it is a bit of a guessing game. We take the road north to Baton Rouge and pass through a lot of swampland. And then we ...
... a dress and top and Rachael also bought a top. We had disappointing Italian for dinner that night, after a huge downpour of rain and getting soaked! We both got an Alfredo in hope it was like carbonara, but no, it wasn't! Much to our avail the waiter we had did however notice us on the street the following day and said ...
New Orleans - you hot humid sexy beast. What a town!
Wednesday dawned and we headed off to LAX for another flight. We got to experience cut side checkin for the first time which was an experience. essentially you tip a guy outside and they check in your bags and print out your boarding pass. We avoided the massive queue inside for $5 - bargain!
once sitting at our gate we realised that we didn't have seat numbers on ...
... Same reason why Burger King has burgers on their menu. Simple yet effective. Anyway, back to the gumbo. Gumgo is like a stew with lovely rich spicy flavours served with rice and crackers. Ours had shrimp,chicken and sausage in it and it was GOLD ! We decided to stay clear of the beers tonight and went straight to drinking 'Hurricanes' (New Orleans' signature cocktail). We moved to our next bar, and another Hurricane. We'd previously been told that 2 of them will put you ...
... an instrument.
Headed into the French Quarter on Tuesday using the campground's shuttle. We walked and walked around and had a great time. Visited the National Park Visitor Center, Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, old Mint, French Market and everything else within the streets in the busy French Quarter. Enjoyed eating Beignets at the Café Beignet’s on Bourbon Street, a Hurricane Rum Drink at Pat ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center