Courtyard New Orleans Downtown Near the French Quarter
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Had a lovely meal here, tried Cajun food, delicious.
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24 May 14 Departure: 18:45 Houston, USA - G.Bush Intercont, Terminal C
Arrival: 19:53 New Orleans, USA - L Armstrong International
Flight: United Airlines UA1081 Aircraft: Boeing 737-900 Cabin Class: Economy Restricted
... but we enjoyed chatting with Michael for quite a while.
Saturday 24th January
We finally managed to get into local time… more or less, waking at 7.30am! After a leisurely breakfast we headed into town with the destination being the Southern Food and Cocktail Museum, opening at 11am. After a bus ride, walk and tram ride we were a bit early, but it opened early taking pity ...
... the hundreds of shops for a espresso coffee but no luck we had to drink dripolator again! We were just agog at the boarding process and the carry-on luggage! Jetstar need to get their staff over for some PD! One bag only in the overhead allowed and everything else UNDER your feet. They have a 20 minute turnaround for departure so very efficient!
Our plane arrived early afternoon and we came out into sunshine and ...
... Street, which I've tried to visit a couple of times but it's always been closed. A lovely church dating from 1851, built on the site of an earlier 18th century structure. The ceilings are beautifully painted with a number of "cameos" woven into an elaborate, flourishing design. There's a mezzanine level decked with flags.
Continued walking down the street that runs in front of the Cathedral, passed Muriel's until I reached Frenchmens Street where I started the afternoon at ...
... the swamps in the afternoon and boarded a 22 people boat and went gator hunting. Couldn't believe how many there were. At one point our boat was surrounded by 12 juveniles down a ox bow lake. Our guide fed them marshmallows and weeners on the end of a stick, teasing them until they jump up out of the water and snatched it, apparently this is natural behaviour. Later on we were given the message a jumbo gator was about, so we gunned it down the river and sure enough we saw it in ...