Holiday Inn New Orleans West Bank Tower
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... street car a crowd of dresses up ladies got on board and entertained us the rest of the way with tales of Katrina and their lives in general. They call themselves the Genteel Ladies Outgoing Adventure Society (GLOAS). Boarded the ship at about 3 pm, our upgraded cabin is very nice and quite spacious. Had a beautiful dinner and attended an introductory presentation in the grand ...
Oh honey child! I can tell you New Orleans is fantabulous! Started our day out with coffee and getting things in order. We decided the best thing to do was to take the site seeing bus, a hop on and off deal that takes you all over New Orleans giving us a wonderful sample of what this incredible city has to offer. 15 stops in all. The tour guide was a lovely lady who lost everything in Katrina and lost her husband 2 weeks later when they were cleaning stuff ...
... entry that the state park here had been totally destroyed by Hurricane Katrina -- well, this entire coastal area was also destroyed. All along the Gulf you see either only stilts standing where houses once were or brand new homes sitting on high cement stilts. In the state park the office, bathrooms, and all structures are up on stilts. On another subject, there is one thing that is very bothersome in this area -- no-see-ums (except that you ...
... unfortunately on the way back we got stuck in a traffic jam so it took about an hour to get back, tempers were a bit frayed by the time we got to our room so Olly & Elliott were put straight to bed, I organised for the sofa to be made into a bed while S&V took two big bags of washing up to the laundry, thank goodness for the laundries here as they had so much dirty ...
... our set on October twelfth but for a good reason. I readied my laptop, duffel bag with clothes for the week, strapped my trombone to my back, and headed to the airport for my early flight to New Orleans.
Upon arrival, I took the New Orleans Airport Shuttle to the Royal Sonesta on Bourbon St. I had a single room and walked in to a king sized bed with Tempurpedic pillows. The accommodations were remarkable and I have never slept so well ...