Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East
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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... butter, or a disgusting frozen hotdog warmed in a microwave oven that would cost me 6 bucks. I picked the banana dinner.) All this dealing had brought me to this morning in New Orleans,sitting at a Cafe on Sant Charles street while drinking an amazing, strong cup of coffee. I have a flaky warm croissant filled with ham and cheese in front of me. I'm in ...
... we became pleasantly surprised when while looking for a sandwich for lunch, we instead found police escorting a jazz band through the streets. A trail of tourists and locals were in step behind. Jen and I jumped on board and danced and tapped along with the beat for a few streets, we figured lunch could wait forever when such fun like this is around!
Along the water front there are many more, restaurants, bars, shops and trinket souvenir shops ...
We were able to score a FREE ride to the cruise terminal on
the hotel shuttle and we were scheduled for a 10:00am departure. I wanted to
make sure that we got to the port in plenty of time to get a low zone number as
this determines the order that you get to board the ship. Sure enough, we
managed to get into Zone 2, which had us on board and eating lunch around 11:00
... our crayfish stuffed chicken and drank our ...
We allotted ourselves 3 nights in New Orleans....you could clearly spend more time. We got into town on Monday the day after the Super Bowl. There was still residue from the Super Bowl being in town with signage etc everywhere. I was surprised we didn't have any trouble with reservations. We checked into the French Quarter RV Park which was just 3 blocks or so from the French Quarter....Bourbon St etc. This park was rather interesting, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center