Hampton Inn Covington
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An exciting start to the morning with the return of my pants. Phew! Just to clarify, they were ones I were washing, not wearing and I simply left them in the laundry, not strewn throughout the hotel hallway as feared. We were changing hotels today so had to check out early before our tour pick up at 7.30am. Unfortunately that meant we didn't ha e time to get coffee or breakfast, and those who ow my travelling companions ...
... we had a funny Cajun guide. After that we stopped at the Tobasco factory on Avery Island. This was fun and we bought some sauce to have along out travels! Finally we reached New Orleans. This morning we had our city tour where we saw the French quarter, mansions and above ground cemeteries. This afternoon we visited the WWII museum which was really interesting with lots of good exhibits and artefacts. Tonight we are heading out for some drinks... When in Rome! Much love Ellie and Dan ...
We spent Friday and Saturday falling in love with The French Quarter of New Orleans. At first glance, and several instances afterward, it reminded us of Old Montreal. We were thankful that our first introduction to the French Quarter was NOT during Mardis Gras. It would have been WAY TOO MUCH to take in for our muddled older minds. We navigated the freeway quite easily into the city, found the Visitor's Center right away and a place to park. We purchased ...
... I was planning to have lunch at G W Finns, but the girl at reception convinced me to try the Red Fish Grill in Bourbon Street instead. According to the sign hanging outside over the footpath it's been voted the best seafood restaurant in New Orleans four years in a row. Not surprisingly with a reputation like that, there were already quite a few tables filled even though it was still only 11.30.
Lovely space with the outlines of sea creatures etched into the ...
... and how fast his little heart was beating.
This was a truly awesome experience and we were both so glad that the couple earlier had suggested we go on the tour. We headed back into New Orleans and decided to fulfil a promise we had made to Ron to try out a po'boy. This is in effect a sandwich that is made up of all the leftovers in your fridge. We asked the concierge for the best place to find ourselves a really good one, to which she ...