Four Points by Sheraton New Orleans Airport
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- High-speed internet in room
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... it was a bit boring. We finished off at 11.10am and got back on the bus for our optional trip to Laura Plantation House. There was an option of the Oak Plantation but we googled and TripAdvisor the both and Laura plantation was way better reviews. We all went down the road to the Greyhound terminal on the waterfront outside the Natchez steamboat and were allocated our coach. Dell from our tour was the only other one who doing the the same tour so we adopted ...
... hands. Unfortunately for the citizens of New Orleans, our lady had had enough time to get wind of the intentions of the people and had already fled the scene taking all she could carry along with her family, never to be seen again. The house was ram sacked by the furious mob and that was the end of that...or was it? Over the next few years the house was used for several other purposes, all of which were unsuccessful. The boys boarding house failed when the boys ...
... which were no where near as good as the ones we had this morning. On the way back, we walked down Bourbon street, and Bec is pretty excited because she had some beads thrown to her from a balcony by a random for no apparent reason. Apparently it doesn't matter that I said I'd buy her some, she prefers the ones from randoms.
Tomorrow, we do the city walking tour, including the old cemetery, followed by an old ...
... have the time or energy to see more than the civil war one.
We walked some more until we could hitch a ride on the On/Off bus to take us home.
In the evening we deployed, by taxi, to the dock and the Steamboat Natchez for the jazz dinner cruise. It was exciting to be riding down the Mississippi River in the paddle wheeler. Emile and I toured the engine room and I took some videos of the steam driven workings and the paddle wheel.
... hotel on the outskirts of town. I got my room, unpacked my car and settled it. There was a Cajun restaurant with walking distance from the hotel and I though I'd try it. Is was really a random location for a restaurant. It was in an industrial area, and there was only a couple of people in there. The fat old southern woman welcomed me with that southern drawl and I sat myself in a booth. I ordered a sampler platter that offered different foods of the Cajun style. ...