Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East
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... French Quarter and did not come close to seeing everything we wanted to see. Our third day took us along the Mississippi River outside of town to where some of the old plantations are. There are some beautiful places that have been refurbished, along with slave quarters. All the plantations in this area are private and do offer tours for a fee, which was fine, but we never seemed to be in the right place at the right time for the tour and we wanted ...
... tour we took a tram along St Charles St to the end of its route to check out the Garden District and beyond. Really interesting and rather beautiful… all for a $3 day pass on public transport.
Back in the centre of town we tried to visit a recommended café but it was too full and noisy so we continued to the famous Frenchmen’s St for live music. A bit hungry we went to a café for pizza ...
... week. So this became our collective goal: to ensure that we ate red beans, po'boys, gumbo, jambalaya, catfish, crawfish, and beignets during our 3-day stay. As you can well imagine with this troop, it was not a problem. Friday evening we strolled around the French Quarter and gobbled down many of these items for dinner, finishing up with coffee and beignets at Cafe du Monde. The girls marveled at the sheer mass/volume of powdered sugar consumed (and spilled!) at that ...
... are only left for a year and a day before the tomb is reopened, the remains removed from the wooden coffin and transferred to a pit below the mausoleum, and the space reused by the next family member to die. This place was used for filming some of the exterior scenes in The Originals, as well as a few movies.
Around 10am we arrived in New Orleans City Park (which our guide told us is the 6th largest in the US and was originally a sugarcane plantation) and parked ...
... At least I get to spend some time in-flight catching up on blog entries.
We get talking to the lady in the seat next to us who is from New Orleans and she gives us a bunch of tips about where to go and what to see. High on her list of recommendations is the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), which we have earmarked ourselves. My biggest concern about coming to NO since we started planning has been about safety whilst here. It is pretty much the ...