Hilton New Orleans/St. Charles Avenue
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... home of jazz music. We found a cute little Italian joint and decided it was the perfect place to eat. It was quiet and fancy and no children around which was even better. The menu was so enticing I panic ordered and ended up with a chicken and pasta dish. We were going to head down Frenchman to seek out some jazz but the allure of sleeping in a real bed was too much so we went back and had an early ...
... The coffee was very good too. I tried to convince Evan that we needed to go back there for breakfast before we left the next morning. He wasn't having it. We then walked the Mississippi River and caught up with a Segway tour group. We stood there and listened to the man talk about Jax's. It was once a brewery and now it is a shopping center with restaurants and a hotel on the upper levels. ...
... documented WWII and was narrated by Tom Hanks. It was a really cool documentary which included letters from soldiers and press correspondents. We then decided to go on a historical bike tour on NOLA. The second we got there it started raining but we still wanted to go on the tour. Our guide Sara (i'm not making all these Sara(h)'s up, I swear) was from NOLA and about ten minutes in she asked us if we wanted to go back ...
... Deparc petitioned his friend Thomas Jefferson (yes the president) for some land. Jefferson secured a huge lot of land and gave it away for free for his loyalty, The fun thing about this plantation was that it was run by four generations of women as creole's didn't believe woman were inferior. The smartest one in the family got the plantation when it was passed on. Elisabeth was the next mistress of the plantation. She was the grandmother of Laura and it ...
... a massive street cleaning truck. Thankfully it's only 10am, i can't imagine how mental it would be to try and negotiate driving around here later in the day.
With the car safely tucked away in the hotel car park, and our bags stored with the bell man we set out to experience what New Orleans had to offer. Stepping out from our clean and tranquil hotel lobby onto Bourbon street, really is a shock to the system. The first thing to hit me was the strong smell of urine, ...