Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from our campsite showed many houses that had been boarded up and abandoned as the owners had no insurance, or decided enough was enough. We saw evidence of houses with a big circle put there by first responders which showed how many people in there dead or alive, pets etc. we felt pretty exhausted, emotionally and physically, and we found a quiet coffee shop in the Royal Sonesta Hotel to have tea, then onto to Pat O'Brians for traditional ...
... crossing Canal St is very different from the French Quarter. The financial district with the pretty buildings is nothing like the shops, eateries, nightclubs- totally different places. But, a week in Nola leaves me very ready to leave. It's so bustling, you don't feel any down time. It feels that you should see a few things, enjoy your stay, and then move on, not just park it here for a while. So home, I will go!
... feature of the city. We head straight to the Capitol building to see what is going on there. It’s a huge building, with 48 steps leading up to the front door – each step has the name of a state and when they were admitted to the United States. At the time of building, Alaska and Hawaii wasn’t part of the US, so they were added later to the top step. The building has a viewing platform that is many stories high – one of the highest ...
... what a bit of luck, our hotel was only a couple of streets away. Well...blocks. We were already quite chuffed as we'd managed to bag a hotel in the French Quarter on Priceline which trip advisor forumites said is THE place to stay. Bourbon street turned out to be a sleazy, touristy, anything goes dive. So we hung out in Bourbon street for the next 6 days. There are numerous bars and cafes and mostly they are tourist traps. The only ...
... I must admit my heart sank a little when the hostess said she had never heard of this on-line ordering but she was quite old and did not strike me as being particularly technically savvy.
The silver lining in this cloud was that we passed a number of very nice shops – one that was full of beautiful masks from Venice - "My Sherie Amour" - as the shop's owner was Sherie. We had the shop keeper, Ian, open a little early as we stood and waited and then had a ...