Extended Stay America - New Orleans - Metairie
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Woke up late this morning and decided to take it easy after yesterday's long walk. Spent the morning relaxing in our room. At about noon I went for a walk over to Armstrong Park. I wandered around and found several statues of famous Jazz players, Louis Armstrong being just one. There was also a square (not sure why as is is circular in shape) called the Congo Square, this is where first the Indians ...
... Street. We have both been there and done that and once in a lifetime is enough for that. Honestly, we could have skipped New Orleans. If we would have gotten here earlier we would have taken a Segway tour. (Now that is our new favorite thing to do). But we missed the last tour.
So we just looked for a place to eat (another ...
... amazing professional and military background. Dr David Turbyfill was awarded quite a few medals and prizes based on his professional merits, for example Navy Commendation Medal, Top GPR Award, Outstanding Achievement Award and much more. But the thing that actually sets Dr. David Turbyfill apart from other maxillofacial doctors is his patient oriented approach and tailored approaches to suit just ...
... overbooked and they were looking for volunteers to give up their seats ($500 credit and put up in a hotel) - no good for us as we had luggage checked and hotel prepaid in New Orleans so we kept quiet. Its only a short flight to New Orleans but it went quickly. Ian and I were not seated together and I had a good chat with the guy next to me who was a cane grower specialist coming back from a conference and we talked about sugarcane farming in Cuba (my ...
We decided to take advantage of our last day in the area and head toward New Orleans—there were a few things we had wanted to see before leaving. We made our way toward Jackson Square. We want to see Saint Louis Cathedral.
We were shocked to find crowds of people. We hunted forever to find any kind of parking. There were people ...