Days Hotel New Orleans - Metairie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the workforce that built fort Adams and when you looked at the stone walls of the fort there were all the tell-tale signs! Myself and Melanie walked along Fort Adams and by the water edge before we set off to take ocean drive road. The views were amazing but so was the company! Melanie had to stop me from talking at various point so that I didn't miss the views, I was so busy blathering away! There were a number of lovely, large houses some owned by celebs and ...
... festival. I find the exit I had entered and follow the mass of people. I had seen the girl from the night before in the crowd. She was still wearing the same hat. I pretended I didn't see her and hope she didn't talk to me. She was behind me somewhere, she didn't approach me. I got back to Erin and Wills house and sat on the steps. It was a nice afternoon and lots of people were on the street moving around. I had been standing for hours so it was good to sit. Erin and Will ...
... 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 ...
... Finally we got into our home for the next few days and met Lauren who was incredibly lovely! We had heard the French Quarter was at its best in the morning, when the streets had been hosed down from the night before and everyone was out drinking their morning coffee and eating Beignets!! Well that's were we headed, to Cafe Du Mondè famous for its Cafe Ou Latè & Beignets (french doughnuts!) We may of come here three days running for breakfast, not that I ...