Extended Stay America - New Orleans - Metairie
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... I would recommend this park too y’all, the
sites are nice, they have water, 50 amp service and sewers and nice clean
washrooms with great hot showers, and the Laundromat has a number of machines,
and at $15./night, which includes taxes
and all services for a 3 week stay, you cannot beat it. The monthly rate, with
Passport America is only $240. Not the Ritz no, but this is my kind of place.
“I got friends in low places”!
On our last day of vacation we slept late and went to Mother's Restaurant for brunch. Mother's claims to have the world's best baked ham. I have to say, we both agree! The best thing about New Orleans is the food! We tried to eat at places recommended by the locals. All were incredible! Next we went to the World War II Museum. This is a must see for any history buff. You could easily spend a whole day there. We spent several hours and never made it to the War in ...
... yard included a carriage and stable house, servants quarters, a cistern and gardens. All in BRIGHT, pepto pink. She was the cutest little thing, and it was quite exciting to get to see the inside of one of these amazing mansions of the Garden District.
We left the District and headed to do some dining and shopping in the French Market. The world famous Café du Monde was our first stop to sample some delicious local ...
In just a few days I will leave the United States for the very first time. To some, that's not really a big deal. For me, it's huge! I'm a homebody. I LOVE to travel, but usually only a for few weeks at a time. I've lived in south Louisiana my entire life and have never been away from my family for any extended length of time without visits and phone calls. ...
... so much going on. There are several primarily gay bars and a large gay community who know how to party and have fun. Bourbon Street bars have live bands with music ranging from rock, Cajun, zydeco, blues and even country, each playing louder than the one before. There were many entertaining street performers and ladies from the adult clubs trying to entice Terry in -- ha ha.
A very long exhausting, entertaining ...