Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Airport
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... and Jumbalya, but for some reason no one would take our order. Asked three times over 20 minutes but no luck, so just had to walk out in the end. One for Trip Advisor I think. Ended up with a cheese and ham croissant, not quite the same really. We could not summon the courage to leave the hotel and risk another soaking. Our shoes and clothes were sopping wet, so we just stayed put. Had dinner at the hotel in ...
... restaurant. I enjoyed my meal but Pip and Wayne said their seafood was not fresh. This surprised and disappointed them as New Orleans is famous for its seafood.
Wayne's bag has still not arrived. Pip is receiving emails from United Airlines advising they can't find the bag.
I am going voodoo doll shopping tomorrow while Pip and Wayne shop for clothes for Wayne. I have a list of the 8 best voodoo shops in New Orleans - all located in the French ...
... with dinner and a jazz band of course, Plantation tour that takes in some magnificent colonial homes but also a working cotton plantation. (For the Bayou and Plantation tour photos read "Louisiana country"). The biggest draw card is of course the jazz. Along with jazz wedding (or funeral) parades through the streets you can attend any number of clubs to eat and listen to the music. ...
... posted up at Ole Saint to watch some games... now that I have a Fantasy Football team, I feel slightly more invested in watching the games (http://www.yelp.com/biz/ole-saint-kitc hen-and-tap-new-orleans). Somewhere between then and 2:30 it started to pour rain and the horrible humidity dissipated.
We headed to the airport and had to say our goodbyes. Always a sad moment, made even more bitter knowing I won't be at the next get-together. I ...
... Rach settled right in on Worth Avenue, where you won’t get a home for anything short of 3 lifetimes of savings.
The place to be in Miami? Well apparently it was South Beach. This trendy location let us down terribly. With no surf to speak of and the beach laden with seaweed there wouldn’t be any escaping the heat for us here. ...