Four Points by Sheraton New Orleans Airport
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... park where he does his
duties, and then down the street to Co. Rd. 6 and either go north or south as
the mood suits us. Sometimes Angie joins us but her foot has been giving her
problems and she is having a hard time keeping up with the old boy. LOL.
We start by going down to the 2nd loop of the
park, “The Dark Zone”, and now after
some time I do have names and places for most of the people living here, most
... did not allow me to take photo's inside which was no biggie as it was sparsely decorated compared the the other. The 'Drestrehan Plantation' had a lot of outbuildings that had either been moved there or were reproductions of the time so both plantations were great. The tourguides were knowledgeable and it was great learning about the pre-civil war times.
Riding along the river road was again curvy with very little traffic ...
... setting up for a wedding. We moved the second courtyard and were able to be an audience to the bride's pre-wedding photography. She was a beautiful bride and we joked about photo bombing her. It was a nice way to end our final cocktail hour! For dinner we went to The Gumbo Shop on St. Peter St. The food was wonderful and our waiter was awesome. As with everywhere we ate in the city, we would return here. After dinner we went to Pat O'Brien's for a famous Hurricane, ...