Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Heated pool
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... on the elevator with one of the guys who is here wit the motorcycle group "The Defenders" and learned it is a group of law enforcement officers. Never would have guessed that, but I guess their behavior should have been a clue. They are certainly nothing like your typical bikers. They made me feel a lot safer knowing they were here.
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1. On Monday, we toured the former Canal Zone in Panama City, which the Americans abandoned in 1998 (seedy colonial-style architecture in some areas, much newer military-based style in others). Also, we went to the Miraflores Locks Visitors Center and watched ships go through the first set of locks on ...
... it was closed… again. We wandered the French Quarter catching wonderful street music as we went. At Jackson’s park we sat and enjoyed fabulous music from 2 young ladies playing fiddle and guitar and singing wonderful harmonies. They called themselves “Mama’s Broke’. After this we headed to Antoine’s restaurant for lunch. Antoines is currently celebrating 175 years of ...
... the city and the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. We received a very detailed overview of how the city was founded and the relationship with French, Spanish and American people's. We stopped off at a local cemetery and saw the size of the tombs which cost minimally $500,000 each. They are made of ornate marble and granite and are to be maintained by the family. We moved to the Museum district and stopped at the local cafe at the Museum of Modern Art ...
Leaving Las Vegas, we were struck again by the huge number of people still playing the tables and machines at 8am as we departed from New York, via Las Vegas to our next location - New Orleans. However, first we had to contend with the airport system for Southwest Airlines - the USA's version of Ryanair. When we arrived at the airport, after a taxi ride with possibly the friendliest, most interested taxi driver of all time, we found ourselves faced with three ...