Days Hotel New Orleans - Metairie
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... a full search, in front of all the guests. As the men moved through the body of the house they began to uncover unimaginable horrors. Girls locked in chains in the basement, men with broken arms and legs squashed into punishment boxes and slaves starved and dehydrated into a critical condition. As the people were brought out of the house, guests started to leave the scene with a new opinion of our lady. Way to kill a party buzz?! One, two, three, four, five whole ...
... she would. To her credit, she followed through, after an initial attempt to back out, and had some after I'd tried it. Yes, it was hot.
By now, it was lunch so we found another creole place and had our first traditional Po-boy (it's a kind of wet open sub type thing) and it was delicious. I had a strawberry ale because it is the weirdest sounding beer I've seen in a while. From lunch, the plan was to go back to ...
... a New Orleans native and after Katrina he donated a million dollars to his community to rebuild - now called the Musicians Village you were only allowed to live there if you helped with the rebuilding of the homes. There is a music school and hall and a children's playground as well.
After the tour we went back to the Riverwalk Plaza - met up with Rob and had drinks and tried Gator Bites at the Crazy Lobster.
... my first bite and made the mistake of breathing and ended up gagging on a lungful of powdered sugar. I ate my sugary delights and felt instant regret. I don't tend to eat a lot of sugar, so this did not sit too well with me. My stomach was already groaning. I headed back to the car using streets I hadn't already walked. I climbed into my car and headed back to the hotel. I couldn't eat any more food as my stomach was doing somersaults all evening. I watched some tv and went to ...
... to wait for the worlds longest train before I could even leave the Canal area. It was going slow enough that I could easily run up to it and climb aboard like some vagrant, but there was no train car that would house me. It was all double stacked shipping containers.
I finally get underway, cross the Mississippi again and through Vicksburg and eventually the road south. I passed by roads I'd explored the day before, and followed the greenery till I hit ...