Four Points by Sheraton New Orleans Airport
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Travel Blogs from Metairie
... guy, and he lets us pick his
grapefruits. Wes has an old Ford truck and I asked if I could take some
pictures of it, low and behold I walk down the street one morning and there it
is right by the road, uncovered and washed. Nice guy!
No matter which way I turn, there are little streets, some
paved, and some dirt roads off the main road as in KP. The one I frequent most
is south of us, and again is lined in prefabs and old trailers, but at the end of
... 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 ...
... fight off the English trying to take over, and the pirates won, killing over 2000 people in under 40 minutes!! All in all it was a really interesting tour, but it was SO got that we were glad to get inside!!! By the time we got back to the river, we went for a walk and decided on going to a pub for lunch where we had a nice steak and veggies. We went for a walk, had a drink in the oldest pub in America, and then decided to go home for an early night before flying to San ...