Crowne Plaza Hotel New Orleans Airport
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... credentials. The meal was nice ( I got to have Gumbo with crawfish for starter and a local river fish called a Drum for main); we were only slightly put off by a woman of considerable bulk who kept coming over and standing next to us to warm her very substantial behind right up against the fire. She would stand there for five minutes, Rush back to her table to eat something and then back in two minutes to reheat ...
After our ride on the Natchez, we took a little walk around the French Quarter, and listened to some music with a cocktail. You are actively encouraged to drink on the streets in New Orleans. Bar after bar advertise "cocktails to go". It's mad haha.
After our Street Car ride, we walked back through the French Quarter and up to Frenchmen, which is the ...
... I could get used to it, but my Northern skin doesn’t take well to humidity. I came back to the city warmer on the inside as well. I feel like I am viewing community through a wider lens than when I left. I enjoy working on community projects and focus a lot of time doing so through music. Every street corner had an arts project that contributed to the community. If you are even thinking about visiting this city, don’t wait. This is a trip that you will never forget.
... Treme (The Candlelight Lounge) which is the last remaining original bar post-Katrina in the Treme. I am not so keen because despite watching the series Treme, it is a dangerous area and tourists are warned to keep out of there. Milton, our guide yesterday (a Treme resident) reckons it's safe, but he drove us both in and out of the Treme. Paul says I'm alarmist, I think I am just being practical. I agree to go on the condition that we go, have a look and leave. ...
... to strip it off him.
The morning of the 4th Dave took us out for a hike through a nearby State Park where he had been exploring for the last 20 years. We first thought Dave was a refined, respectable, dignified type of guy. As soon as one snake was spotted, Dave suddenly turned into Steve Irwin and went all crocodile hunter on ...