Extended Stay America - New Orleans - Kenner
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... of French and Italian influences, especially with their cuisine. We were told about where celebrities who have lived and stayed for in New Orleans for extended time. John Goodman lives in New Orleans, Brad and Angelina have a house for sale for $600000 USD. Does not look like much from the outside but I'm sure it's amazing in side. We were shown some nice little restaurants on of which was Italian so we decided to go there. Was a great ...
... terms of gross tonnage sank, both merchant and combat vessels. Again whilst standing in line we were assigned a crew station and a persona. When we were allowed into the space it was a mock-up of the conning tower and we were rigged for red (combat stations).
My position was the conn, the wheel that controls left & right, sadly I was sharing it with 2 eight year old boys who were both trying to turn it in opposite directions. I tried the disapproving ...
... of immigrants to settle in New Orleans in the 2 decades before the Civil War. It was known as a working class poor neighbourhood, a rough and tough riverfront area. The Garden District represented the new wealth of I,,I grants from Great Britain. The graves are above ground because of the flooded that happened here. Usually you can fit 2 people in 1 tomb and at the bottom there is a hole. There are two shelves and 1 person goes in each shelf. If one spot is being used they will ...
... spent about an hour walking around the park; deciding to leave when the skies blackened over with the threat of heavy rain. The streetcar ride back to our originating point near the Hilton was much more pleasant given that it was empty of Jazz Fest goers.
By the time we got off the streetcar it was raining in earnest and continued to do so off and on for the rest of the afternoon.
Walking back to the Hilton we passed Tiffany ...
... the most expensive bar in the strip :) The gumbo was very good - spicy broth loaded with prawns, chicken, sausage and rice. Good value for $6. Grabbed a table at the window to eat it and read some of my book.
Across the road from Marigny is The Spotted Cat, a music bar that Gina from the Natchez recommended. They weren't quite open but asked me in anyway. Ordered a rum and coke ($6 - getting better) and listened to Stairway to Heaven playing softly on the sound ...