Hampton Inn & Suites Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and Jazz band more than made up for it. After that we wandered around the town, past Jackson Square and the church, went to the local flea markets - which were interesting, but not cheap. Then we went to have the famous coffee and Beignet donuts - yum yum, stopping for a beer (for Andrew) at the Jackson Brewery - he had a special Christmas Brew - which he said was really nice. It is really beautiful here - it has a great atmosphere and full of ...
... all offering a vastly different vibe of live Jazz/Soul/Blues music.
The following morning, we got off to a very late start due to me over indulging the previous night and feeling a little worse for wear. We slowly wandered around the city checking out the famous ‘Bourbon Street’, indulging in beignets (deep fried French pastries), watching street entertainers, checking out an historic Spanish church, and visiting a French market - where Matt had ...
... so. Our local jazz club (all of 15m from our hotel) was an awesome experience. Out hotel itself (The Frenchmen Orleans 519) was very cool and definitely exceeded our expectations. I dragged key around yet another museum as we visited the World War 2 museum, which is supposedly the best in the country. It was very impressive and well done - and it did even mention that little old Great Britain helped out once or twice as the ...
... didn't hit them. Wrong choice this time. His buddy was holding on to a tree but found it full of raccoons, fish and assorted other animals hanging on for dear life. He let go but was lucky to grab another branch and was eventually rescued. To see and hear it on TV is one thing, but to see the devastation and the real life stories is something else.
Moved on to the ...
... very rewarding going there as it was the kind of New Orleans experience I had imagined the town would give.
To top off our night, we got a signed CD from the all star band and then caught a pedi taxi back to our RV park. The cyclist took us past a famous park and back through the French Quarter so we seen a glimpse of Bourbon street in full swing late in the night, on sight of this we were happy we went to Frenchman st.! Thanks Russell :0)