Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites New Orleans Airport South
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... visit during the day. One can spend hours here, exploring and delving into the rich history of the city. Within it's walls lies the possibility to trace aspects of the city's growth from Creole settlement (1718), to American (1803), to a thriving city of immigrants and beyond. Major figures from the Civil War are interred here, and, in fact, individuals and families located here have living descendants who are active members of our community ...
... 300 acres, City Park is one of the biggest urban parks in the United States. In the park is the Sydney & Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. The Sculpture Garden has some very strange sculptures. There were two sculptures that I will remember for a long time to come:
The first being a sculpture of a man covered in small birds pecking him.
The second was also of a man but this sculpture is a man hanging from a scaffold by his legs.
So when we arrived in New Orleans, our bartender friend Paul recommended we take the St Charles Street Car the full length of the line and take a look at the posh houses in the Garden District. After our ride on the Natchez, we had a free afternoon so we decided to do just that. Bit of a rugby scrum, a $3 all day ticket and we're on our ...
... while we were there. Mardi Gras actually lasts over a month & has 20 parades! We enjoyed learning the history of the area, the Cajun and Creole cultures, the history of Jazz, and tasting the food and drink (Local Abita beer was great). Campsite Majestic Oaks, Biloxi, Mississippi 2 nites $46. = $92. Campsite Pontchartrain RV & Marina 7 nites @$42.= $294. Gas for motorhome $100. Gas for car ...
... the University of Massachusetts Lowell with a degree in trombone performance and play in several groups around the Boston area when I’m not in the office. One of my favorite groups to play with is a 23-piece brass band known as The Party Band that I was a part of since it’s beginnings as a Dixieland quintet in the winter of 2013. Since then, we have grown into a force of sound and have opened for Trombone Shorty at the Lowell Folk ...