Hyatt Place New Orleans/Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... you got those shoes man, the time and the place and when I do you gonna give me 20 bucks for getting it right" so of course Greig agreed and immediately old mate announced, in hysterical fits of laughter "you got them shoes right here on yo feet right now..."! I couldn't stop laughing at his genius wit and Greig handed over the cash.
We had a lovely walk around the markets and ate some super yummy ...
... which is made up of 24,000 acres of marsh, swamp and hardwood forest. It has walking trails and a fascinating visitor center. It also has alligators but apparently it is too cold for them as well and they are buried in the mud. Another time or place, I'm afraid. As it has been on this entire trip, we feel like there is so much more to see than time allows. Sadly, we must move on to our next destination, which will be around Biloxi, Mississippi. For ...
... fans (they played Sunday) you could see New Orleans had many football fans. On Thursday our first night in town the U of L Marching Band went down Bourbon Street as we were walking around. At the time we did not know the "Ragin Cajun's" were playing in the New Orleans Bowl on Saturday. Heck we only found that out when some one offered to sell us tickets as we walked to see the Superdome. As a side note I must admit i like the smartphone in that sometimes it's nice ...
... down into the street for the beads. I pocket them and keep walking. We finally find a place to eat. If I let Jock choose, we would starve. He can't make decisions at all. Thee place looked like it would have what I was looking for. I ordered oysters natural, and slurped a dozen of these with a squeeze of lime and a dash of Louisiana hot sauce. Delicious and despite what people had told me about seafood quality in the US, these were fantastic. The next meal I ordered ...
... our time here. New Orleans is a town like no other I have ever been in, such a melting pot of people and customs. If you come, be sure and get off Bourbon St which is a major tourist trap and largely full of drunken people in various states of inebriation (although that is funny all by itself). Bourbon St is not representative of what this wonderful place has to offer. We have only scratched the surface, but NO has a soul that you can feel, even as a casual ...