Courtyard New Orleans Metairie
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... cafe is big, and busy, and famous. No doubt dealing with thousands of customers each day, and they don't facilitate payment by card? So I had to do an embarrassing run across the street, and into a bar to use the ATM. Meanwhile my food was left unattended at my table. I returned and paid. The pastry was ridiculous. Deep fried sweet pastry covered with icing sugar. I emphasise the covered part. There was so much sugar you'd think it was growing on trees over here. ...
... You'd hardly notice it if there was not a sign. Looking at the maps it takes me a little bit of time to orient myself with how the river is now. What was once a narrow point and the river bent it's way infront of Vicksburg, the bend is now nothing more then a dogs leg. The spot where I stood was once close to the rivers edge, it was now in the middle of this stubby point in the river bend.
I headed back to Vicksburg to make my way to New Orleans. ...
... houses (some about 4 times the size of our child hood homes!). The football culture, the music, the food- all pretty great really. In all we spent 3 nights in New Orleans- two days on our own and one on the contiki that we have booked to take us up to New York. The days on our own was spent with exploring, the French quarter and street car routes in particular, finding ...
... had a screw loose the captain but he was a really good guide, he had a sandwich cool box on the front of the boat which I thought was for us to have a picnic on the trip, it wasn't, he pulled out of the box a small Alligator which he had named Gatorade, he let everyone hold it and get pictures, he said he will let it go in a few months because it will get to big, a girl behind us asked him does the gator know who he is, the guy looked at her oddly and said no, this is a ...
Our flight wasn't until 7pm that night and check out wasn't until 11 so, we took our time relaxing in the morning.
Then, we we're out on I-10 headed for New Orleans. What we weren't expecting was the LSU home game that day at 2:30pm. Even though we left at 11am, we ended up stuck in traffic as we neared Baton Rouge (1 hr to go 15 miles!). All I can say is that I will forever root against LSU and their ...
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