BEST WESTERN PLUS French Quarter Landmark Hotel
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After travelling for a couple of days we arrived in New Orleans. A city of all one way streets, thank goodness for GPSs, could have gone around in circles for days to find the motel. The first thing we did was get change and have a dip in the very nice pool, then it was off to do the dreaded washing again.
Bourbon Street, what can …
Rode hard today, one small shower, clear now in New Orleans. Hit famed Bourbon street in New Orleans, well it used to be neat, but definitely past it's prime, very dilapidated buildings, rough roads and now very noisy bars and clubs and the seedy side of our culture for sure, scratch Mardi Gras off my list, been there, done that.
Hello everyone today was so much fun! First we went to swim in the pool and my sister made a new friend. Then we headed to Jean Lafitte National Park where I also became a Junior Ranger. The hike that we took was by far the best from all the others in my life. The moment we started I looked to my left and saw an alligator across the river. We kept …
Today was a very busy day. After we ate breakfast we decided to tour New Orleans. My dad dropped us off at the French Quarter Visitor Center while he left to try his poker skills at Harrah's Casino. When he left we found out that it was a National Park, so we decided to become Junior Rangers. Then we took a long hot walk to the ferry that was about …
Song: Johnny Cash - City of New Orleans
Surprisingly I got up early and went for breakfast. It was a really good breakfast and got for a change my first scramble eggs and crispy bacon here in America. ,) Did my laundry and enjoyed sunbathing by the hotel pool. Just felt a bit like, that im out of my body. A different kind of hangover. Lol …
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Great location right on North Rampart, moments from the bars of Bourbon street and great for exploring the french quarter, rooms were lovely and the courtyard pool was nice for cooling down!
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