Extended Stay America - New Orleans - Metairie
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... But anyway. The guy in there was rather humorous. He said to me "Ozzi- ozzie, oy-oy". I said blankly "No". He redeemed himself though when he called me 'young' lady.
Parts of our day included trying to take photos of mules wearing flowers and swearing at cars that got in the way, and eating more beignets.
... blew all of the furniture and waves through the house. It blew a 750 pound dresser towards the back door. Although the place was damaged, it has been restored with the best knowledge possible. You wouldn't know it had damage, it was beautiful. We walked out the back to the cemetery of the soldiers from that area too. Andrew bought an artillery bookmark and we loaded back onto the bus at 2.15 pm. Our last stop is Bellingrath home and gardens. On our way we went ...
... to get our tickets for the train to San Francisco, it was then back to the water front and to get our tickets for the Natchez Cruise tomorrow night. We had accomplished all of this on a beautiful day but the humidity was quite bad, not as bad as I thought but still bad. We then took the street car along the waterfront to the French Markets where we had lunch in a pub not sure of the name but we ordered ...
... from local artists. We got to the Marigny neighborhood, which is known as a live music hub of New Orleans. We went to The Spotted Cat and got a few beers while we listened to a woman named Sarah Mccoy belt out some of the best music I have ever heard. The Spotted Cat is one of the more known places in NOLA and the music was top quality. We then went to Adolfos for some Creole/Italian food and while it was the most expensive ...
... twenty minutes, and some torrential rain, we made it to the swamp tour place in the nick of time. We were going on the classic airboat through the swamps, and our guide had the typical Deep South accent, in which you just learnt to follow where he was pointing because listening wasn't successful. After about 20 minutes cruising, he parked up next to these two alligators and was teasing them with food, until all of a sudden they got a bit too close and bit the ...