Hampton Inn Slidell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... home, only much lighter and flakier and so much better. They give you 3 with each order and I made sure Bruce didn't take any away from me. They were Yummy!
We did lots of walking and walked in/out of lots of shops. There are your typical t-shirt/tourist shops, but also lots of shops specializing in NO goods (pralines, jellies, spices, jewelry, etc.) Also lots of Vodoo shops/themed gifts that give you the razzle/dazzle ...
... of the little lights lining the bridge in arcs like a pearl necklace at night when it is lit up! Next on our tour we stopped off at Fort Adams which is one of the oldest forts in America; it was also one of the longest operating forts in America! When we walked into the visitor centre to find a leaflet, what caught my attention was the Irish Museum! Who knew but one of the first min places Irish immigrants came to in America was Newport, R.I? They made up ...
... Bourbon Street, so many interesting different shops, galleries, diversity of people, and really good food. And it is so wonderful to see how the city has so much construction going on, recovering from Katrina and rebuilding a more hurricane proof city. There were many more things that we didn't manage to do so 5 days was certainly not too much time. I encourage you too see for yourself. Back to our island home and time with ...
... the Madhatter, and Miss Piggy. When they arrived, we were so excited to open them and try them on. We headed to our first ever New Orleans parade - Krewe de Vieux - on Saturday, the 15th. We had no idea the crazy amount of fun we were in for, and it was just the beginning of parade season. Krewe de Vieux remains one of our favorite parades after cramming in as many as we could handle during the couple weeks following. Their theme was “Where the Vile ...
... the Spotted Cat where a jazz singer called Sophie Lee was playing. She reminded us of Australian singer Vika Bull, both in looks and voice. The place was tiny but well populated, and we settled into enjoy the tunes. We bought a copy of her CD on the way out.
Later, we wandered further down the street and heard a fabulous blues voice from another cafe. A well seasoned blues dude was playing guitar on stage with a teenage ...