Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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... Very kind. The concierge was very helpful and took the time to answer my questions. The lobby is spectacular with all its old exposed beams and brick structure. They kept so much of the historic charm to the building but added modern touches for comfort and the blending is amazing. From the lobby you really feel you are in for a great experience. The room on the other hand not so much. It does seem clean and the maid was very nice. The room we are ...
... but expensive) dinner then head back up Bourbon St where things seem to be jazzing (or so we hoped) up. Jazzed up all right - teeming with pimps and scantily clad pros - beckoning in almost every doorway and parading on most balconies. Still no jazz - just very loud hip- hop and half naked men busking on their guitars! Moved 3 streets sideways and found a few little bars with a jazz band or two. Have a few drinks in one - think we are back in Iceland with these prices! Head back to ...
... through my mind, I pulled Betty into a quiet, secluded property (think "Deliverance") about an hour out of New Orleans.
As we were greeted by 4 young men, with the best Southern Louisiana accents you will ever hear, wearing checked shirts and rubber fishing overalls.. we knew we were in the right place !
Meeting "Captain Brian", (when you see the photo of our air boat, you'll see what I mean), didn't exactly allay our concerns for a safe return from the ...
... and headed back to our hotel.
We’d picked up some sandwiches for our dinner and had some left over beignets, so we made ourselves a little picnic in a shady spot in the courtyard and relaxed for the rest of the day. We Skyped Laura’s parents and Shellie and Gemma, and I played with a teeny cat (fully grown, but so small) that came wandering through. As it got dark and a little cooler, we relocated to the room and spent the evening watching ...
... paintings and pictures) we arrived with plenty of time to spare, and it wasn't long before Butch and his son Shawn pulled up in their boats and welcomed us aboard. We all piled into Butch's little motorboat (about 10 people altogether) and Adhara and I grabbed the front row since it seemed we were the most eager to take photos.
Within the first five minutes of being on the water I was absolutely elated. The view we had was so surreal that I didn't have a ...