Cotton Exchange Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... we all ate them we did agree on something- that they were stunningly delicious. It was no surprise at all why this little café on the outskirts of the French Quarter attracted hundreds of customers per hour. In fact it is so popular amongst pigeons that
the tops of every column were littered with deadly spikes to ward them away. Well now that you’ve read about this café longer than we were actually in the café, I’ll move on to some of ...
... to the hard-hitting marching tunes heard in New Orleans parades.
Ellis Marsalis- Ellis Marsalis is regarded by many as the premier modern jazz pianist in
New Orleans. Born on November 14, 1934, his formal music studies began
at age eleven at the Xavier University junior school of music.
As a leading educator at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, the
University of New Orleans, and Xavier University of Louisiana, Ellis ...
... Eventually it was a little too much fame for them both and we escaped into the streets once more.
It was getting to the time of the evening when the parade would end up passing through Canal street so we decided to make our way up there slowly. We met a trio of women whom we helped get some more beads and in return they helped us get feather boas each! I think Pete kind of regretted his though as his t-shirt and jumper were both stained purple the next ...
... these tall green bulbous flasks that were a local drink called a hand grenade. From reviews and what I'd read about Bourbon Street I must say my first impressions were quite different. Some people had written the place stank of vomit and horse mess, but whilst I did later see a pile of horse poo courtesy of the local Police who ride them, it was fresh and not offensive at all. No more than the cuban cigar I had going. The streets weren't muddy either, but a lot ...
... had been delayed. I went to the bathroom to put my contacts in and stalled a little before entering the taxi cab line... Cue, Mon and his friend. I ended up sharing a cab with them which worked in my favor as they paid for the ride. Thanks, Mon!
Safely at the Hotel Monteleone (http://www.yelp.com/biz/hotel-monteleo ne-new-orleans?osq=hotel+monteleon), I met up with several of the girls for a drink at the Carousel Bar in our lobby before they ...