Cotton Exchange Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... later. Let’s just say he’s taken up reading in a big way and consented, even suggested, going "entertainment" in the evening. He also really into dessert at every meal.
We continue our tradition of being of Anti-Social Cruisers often eating in our stateroom,and avoiding participation in bridge, bingo, trivia games, or sitting around bars making small talk. Just doesn’t work for us.
... good salad option haha, so we we ate at this place on bourbon street called 711 bourbon heat, which was like a bbq grill, Jake had a full rack off bbq ribs and fries and I had bbq chicken breast and sweet potato fries , yummy the bbq sauce was a bit strong but all in all pretty delicious. we walked around for a few more hours and decided to go back to the hotel, it had started raining so we decided he it's freezing and raining , let's go for a swim. The pool ...
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... for $9) so you would need to buy those at a vendor location. We took the Canal Street car to the end of the line at Cemeteries and tried to look at the Greenwood and Metairie Cemeteries. Metairie is right under the I10 overpass on the other side of the highway from Greenwood. Although I felt safe walking under the overpass (crime wise…it was very clean) it was very busy with cars coming from all directions so it was like ...
After the museum, we checked into the hotel and cleaned up a bit, then went to dinner at NOLA, which is probably my favorite restaurant anywhere. This is one of Emeril Lagasse's restaurants in New Orleans, and the food is really superb. (Lots more explanation in photo captions, if you are interested.)
After dinner we took ...