Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Airport
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After a well deserved sleep in we wandered downstairs for a minimal breakfast. It wasn't great but it was free - winner. We knew we had to be ready for 2.45 to head out on the Mississippi in air boats searching for alligators followed by a costume party. We googled a local thrift store and walked for ten minutes to find it. On the way we passed a costume shop which gave us some good back ups. We didn't find what ...
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... guided tour all over it. They also had numerous tanks, airplanes and a submarine you could go into. The USS Drum. Oh, and the sun came out!!! The Alabama was so cool. Guns and cannons everywhere. I climbed 7 levels up and 3 levels down. Inside I saw the mess hall, barber shop, sleeping quarters, church, captains quarters, engine room, and all kinds of other stuff. It was amazing. The sub was almost as cool. Very tight quarters with hundreds go gauges and ...
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Planning to attack the next morning a bit earlier we were in bed by 10 but not before a last trip to Deanie's for a ridiculous Bloody Mary complete with massive googly eyed prawn and a 'dessert' for me.
When we had left the hotel earlier in the evening the doorman said "good luck out there" which I think pretty much sums up the craziness of Bourbon Street and this was only a Monday.
... grabbed a Hand Grenade, the famous New Orleans cocktail made from a secret recipe. It comes in green tube, is very sweet and mostly tastes like Midori. Gary treated himself to a cigar; these are very common around the French Quarter.
We made our way to Jackson Square with our brollies keeping us dry. The place was teeming with party people on the balconies tossing beads down to the streets. There ...