Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Airport
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Today we went on a tour around New Orleans. Our tour guide was very knowledgable of the area hence he has been doing this gig for 21 years. We visited a sculpture park which had some interesting yet awesome pieces of art work. I particular enjoyed this. We went to one of 45 the cemeteries of New Orleans. All graves are above ground and also more so than not have all deceased members of families in the one grave. These graves are like small rooms, probably the size of ...
... and we were spit back out into the lobby.
I had had enough for one day. I went to the gift shop and bought a $4 bottle of water and set out. As I walked towards the sign directing me to the trolley station I noticed the bricks that made up the sidewalk each were inscribed with the name, rank and date of passing for persons of military service. There were alot of them!
A sign pointed me towards the Canal Street Trolley Car, seemed like a good bet. ...
... are really huge and I have no idea how people can afford to keep them. I could not finish my audio tour because my blisters were really hurting. I walked back to my hostel to change shoes and get a rest before my voodoo tour. I did eat a Pooboy which is a sandwich that is popular here. I had a roast beef one juicy. It consisted of really good roast beef, mayo, tomato and pickles on French bread. It was very messy and extremely good. Either I was really hungry or it has ...
... as the band played while the ship sank.
I have been upgraded to a double room - still an inside cabin but a double bed rather than twin beds. Apparently there is something wrong with the cabin I had booked, but I am not complaining. Before unpacking, I had a wander around the boat to orientate myself. This is a very large boat - 6 decks including the sundeck. It is going to take me some time to learn my way around the boat. I found ...
... and I dropped a couple of bucks in their tip bucket on the way out.
Another bar, another band, this one called Balcony Music Club. They were playing Georgia and a couple were dancing slowly to it. I ordered a Go Cup of something with Jameson in it to see me back to the Quarter. Stopped at La Trobe Park next to the Gazebo Cafe and rested my aching feet on at one of the benches. It was so pleasant in the shade of the trees and with a cool breeze that I stayed there and ...