Holiday Inn Express New Orleans East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... corner. Sure. And he was gone. We rang Mr Larry and rode home in his car with the tunes playing. The hotel was close and the elevator ride seemed longer than the taxi ride. We went straight to bed and woke late. We figured it must have been 2.30-3.00am that we got to bed, and we'd both spent a bomb of money but it was hard to think what on. It all adds up fast. Drinks, cigars, food, transfers and tips. We still had two more nights of this! And what a night tomorrow turned out to ...
... bomber planes and also watch a 45 minute movie narrated by Tom Hanks on the whole war. Didn't do much in the evening, other than had some beloved chicken fried rice! Before saying bye to A.J and hopping on the overnight bus to Orlando for 13 hours! New Orleans was a really cool place, great live music scene and a huge amount of original culture around. I had a great experience with my first couch surfing and hopefully that will continue with the couple more I have lined ...
... to the Garden District, and along the Mississippi River.
The architecture in New Orleans is stunning. Streets lined with two, three story apartments with balconies covered in greenery and flowers, and supported by beautifully designed cast-iron that creates artwork on the outsides of these buildings.
Interesting shops that specialise in witch craft and voodoo, Mardi gras costumes and pralines. One such shop 'Laura's' is New Orleans ...
... you informed of events and the reasons for delays but they sometimes become comical as the attendant hasn't quite thought things through before he starts speaking. It took us about 20hs to make our way passed Memphis, Champagne, Homewood, Yazoo, Kankakee, Effingham and all. Amtrak, on this line, runs on short rails fixed to wooden sleepers and this, combined with a lack of maintenance means that frequent jolts and lurches punctuate your slumber. The dining, on the other hand, is remarkably good. ...
... issue when the food is so good. But if you visited be prepared! The Commander's Palace was recommended and it did not disappoint. Hard to get into, we managed an 8.45pm reservation. My appetiser was wild Louisiana white shrimp, tasso ham, pickled okra (amazing), sweet onions, 5 pepper jelly and crystal hot sauce beurre blanc. My soft shell Louisiana blue crab was the best crab I have ever had. You get the picture, this ...