Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, New Orleans French Quarter
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We had a bit of a sleep-in this morning but were still at breakfast at 8am.
The breakfast place was much bigger than the hotel in NYC but the food was remarkably the same. Cereal, fruit, waffles, bagels, omelette and juice. We managed to eat at least one of everything and then went for a quick dip in the hotel pool. Well, when I say pool …
After breakfast we collected the car from the parking lot and went for a drive around the Garden District. Mum had a list of 'famous' houses that she wanted to see. We drove up and down and around and around and somewhere in between we saw Sandra Bullock's house, John Goodman's house (whoever he is) and the house that Disney copied for the Haunted …
This morning we didn't get to breakfast until 8:30am after everyone had a bit of a sleep-in. We then headed back down to the French District to have a look at the markets. We wandered down S Peters St and stopped in at a number of shops along the way - mainly praline stores for the free samples. However, even after trying many of the variations we …
Well thank heavens I am not Ray Charles and I don't have to walk, but after an early morning start and a tight connection in Houston it has been a long day. The signage in the Houston airport leaves a little to be desired and changing terminals is never fun. it was not immediately obvious that there is a train that connects between terminals. My …
... in at 6.15pm and caught a taxi for $33 to the Ritz Carlton
It is located on Canal St where the trams run on edge of the French Quarter
Walked out back door in Iberville St & went to an Oyster Bar - Bourbon Bar & had BBQ Shrimp & the biggest oysters I have ever seen
Bourbon St is full of many interesting people & has its seedy side