Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites New Orleans Airport South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... some of the bike paths of the city. My first stop was the St Louis Cemetery on Esplanade St. The water table is so high here that they don't dig graves into the ground. Bodies are encased in concrete tombs. I was astounded at the size of Lake Pontchartrain that limits urban expansion on the north. You can't see across it! The causeway that I crossed on my arrival is 23 miles long. The day was much warmer and it was great to cruise ...
... is stay away from Bourbon Street and other tourist traps. The locals go to a little street called Frenchman Street. This dingy little street (do not wander into any alleyways down here) is where the locals go. Here you will find food and drink at reasonable prices and the best jazz musicians in the city - note, it is worth booking in advance. See a jazz wedding parade in New Orleans = ...
... Naïf ended our tour. John and I then went to the Cafe for a coffee and a Biegnets which were nothing to get excited about. We the. Went to the Walgreen store to stock up on medical supples before heading for lunch at Ralph and Kacoo's, I had a Chicken K-Jun Bleu while John had the Crawfish PO Boys. Ok but nothing to write home about. We then left and walked back behind Jackson Square where we stopped to watch a Jazz band perform, they weren't bad. We then continued on ...
... The economy is not booming, folks. We finally got on the Interstate and headed for New Orleans. Our destination was the National WWII Museum. We arrived and paid extra to include the 2:00 showing of Beyond All Boundaries - a 4D experience about the war. We walked through the rooms about both the Pacific and European theaters, and finished with the D-day exhibit. We spent about three hours there. We then headed to our motel ...
... gym class, as I could no longer enjoy playing such a tame, constrained game. (My classmates were shocked, as I was generally pretty good at sports.)
My daughter, Laila, especially wanted to go to New Orleans for the Bastille Day festivities, scheduled for the whole weekend starting July 12; I also wanted to visit a friend who had moved there years ago. We had been warned about walking through various parts of the city, and not to go ...