Courtyard New Orleans Convention Center
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On Wednesday we drove from Austin to New Orleans in great time. That night we went to see Ryan Monbleau and Martin Sexton at the House of Blues. After that we walked around Bourbon Street, which was crazy to say the least.
The next day we took a tour of the Stern Mansion, which was pretty cool. Their garden was beautiful. Next we walked around …
... we worked out how to use the Street Cars (it wasn't called Desire sadly - though the previous evening we did have a drink in Tennessee Williams' favourite bar, a dive!) and rode out to City Park and found a stunning sculpture garden - Hepworth, Moore, Kapoor and more and more and more. Back into town for a short pause before drinks in our hotel. These were free for guests of the hotel so I experimented with a very elegant, but ...
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Lots of good photos at England Air Force Base!
I also took a photo of Louisiana College, Louisiana's sister Baptist college to Mississippi College. Frank met Lee Vitrano while he was an airman at England and she was a student at LC. I'm forever grateful to that meeting because I don't know that he'd have come to MC if it hadn't been for his former fiancee. Thanks, Lee!!
On through Baton Rouge and in ...
... served with fries and my father had a soup and half cheesesteak sandwich combo. They offer half portions of some of their desserts, so I got a piece of the Margarita pie which was like key lime pie with a pecan crust.
After lunch we continued along the river walk to purchase tickets for a river cruise. There were quite a few people in line ahead of us, but they fill the boats and they run continuously, so we didn’t ...
... of the last they are interred in temporary accommodation which can be rented until space in their final resting place becomes available.
One corner of the cemetery near the main entrance is reserved for the city’s chefs. The Galatoire family has a tomb there as well as celebrity chef Paul Prudhomme whose restaurant, K Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen, I had lunch at after the tour.
Our next stop was the 9th Ward, an area that was devastated by ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center