Courtyard New Orleans Convention Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... covered but enough that someone would definitely notice and be like hey kid you kind of have blood all over your pants). This tree seemed to be a curse so we decided to continue walking. Eventually we came to a small little pond that was filled with turtles- you could legitimately seen dozens of turtles all swimming around with the ducks, swans, and this one other fierce half duck half monsterish bird thing. As we all sat on some stairs that overlooked the pond, ...
... to the Hampton for a bit of a rest and a change into dry clothes.
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... The gumbo went down well, very tasty indeed! Will have to try and make it once I’m back home for sure.
Everyone had an early night, I myself watched Black Swan on my laptop and by the time it had finished everyone was asleep! I didn’t even notice them go to bed…
Our day was very tame compared to some of the previous ones. We booked our river trip on the very last ...
... nearby cemetery where a local guide offered to give us a walking tour. There was quite an interesting history behind the cemetery as there were mainly above ground tombs, due to the flooding that occurs in the area. There were also family tombs where entire generations were buried.
When we took the trolley car back, it was totally packed! There was nowhere to sit for most of the stops, but fortunately we were smart enough to know where to disembark. Since we were feeling ...
... to, you could go and look at the engines. The dinner was lovely. We tried everything in moderation. There was creamed spinach, four cheese penne, Cajun potatoes, Cajun corn, gumbo which I think was my favourite. It tasted like a gravy with sausage and beef and was so very rich and thick. I had roast pork and mustard sauce, deep fried catfish and tartare sauce. We tried a local beer but I was so knackered I couldn't eat any more. The second sitting came through ...