Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites La Place
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... is called Hotel Sonesta & it's in the French Quarter & is French Provincial style got a lovely room which Fletcher is sharing with me. We went out for a walk before dinner but it's mainly all bars with street entertainment & skimpy girls, we went to an Italian restaurant for dinner and came back to the hotel because the boys were tired & ready for ...
... and if I am able to return to the city I will definitely visit the Sculpture Garden again.
The New Orleans Museum of Art had a fantastic exhibit called Orientalism: Taking and Making. Our docent took us through the 19th century paintings and described the history behind each work. This was the only time during our program that we discussed Asian culture. New Orleans is predominantly constructed of French, Spanish, and Irish heritage. I found that many of ...
... couple of brooches and bought his mum one also. I got a necklace and I think Issy some earrings and mum some as well as myself at a favourite shop of mine called Royal Treasures at 614 Royal street across the street from the famous Court of Two Sisters. When we came back our card to our room didn't work and Andrew had to get it resided. We looked like winos because we grabbed a beer at the local across the road and we were drinking from a paper bag. We skyped mum ...
... to play the wash board but was too shy and then onto the Funky Pirate Blues Club where Big Al Cooper who was very rude but a great Barry White impersonator, had all the ladies giggling. Our last afternoon and we took a cruise down the Mississippi on the Creole Queen before getting a taxi to the airport. Miami Beach is next and this time, 10 years on Pauline is determined that we won't just make it a drive ...
... we were expecting; as we rode into Alabama, the sky had an ominous feel to it; it was super dark and eerie. Once we got off of the bridge, Mobile turned out to be more a city than we expected; apparently it’s the second largest city in the state.
Our final stop for the night was in Chalmette, Louisiana. We were much more tired than we had been the previous night, but we made it safely, and that’s what ...