Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Airport
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... into the French quarter and explored the area in the day, including a visit to the French market, Jackson Square, St Louis Cathedral and we wandered along the Mississippi. I wasn’t up for drinking after the last night so we went down Magazine st in the Garden District to check out the bars close to home. Wade had a drink in a local bar and I stuck with water. One thing that is hard to get used to here is that you can smoke inside bars. Thankfully I ...
... They gave away free coffee at the truck stop in a wooded gardened area with a fantastic pet area to exercise your dog. We passed through Gulfport right on the coast heading towards Biloxi. We had to wait for about 15 minutes while people crossed the road after some sort of event. They are in southern time and things get done at a chill level. It you pressure or question how long, it will take longer. We passed the Keisler Airforce base where the Seabees are, a tri ...
... have dinner and be entertained by a Big Band performance. Well the dinner was quite good we had Pumpkin soup or salad first, then Swordfish or Pork for main and Chocolate puff or Lemon Meringue Tart. I chose the soup, Swordfish and the Lemon Meringue.....all of which was lovely. John had the salad, Swordfish and Chocolate puff. He said that he was not going to eat the chocolate puff but he did. The band were ...
I was a bit hesitant about going to NOLA. Even though we are
experienced travelers internationally, the recent shooting in the French
Quarter and some discussions on different travel sites had me a bit
Our flight was fine and the taxi ride in was fine. We
arrived at the Inn on St Peter in the morning. The lobby is tiny and the
rooms are ...
... blue heron. Much to our surprise there was not a mosquito to bite though the bees were huge and troublesome. We did manage to leave without any stings. A good thing since I did not have an epipen at hand. We were introduced to a baby alligator which we took turns holding. The captain had taped his mouth shut so he couldn't bite. Karen and Emile took an airboat ride and held one that didn't ...