Quality Inn & Suites New Orleans
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... and very gloomy. There is one regular holding up the bar, the owner- an aged lady, and us. The place is ramshackle and has clearly seen better times. They were under water after the hurricane and have never really gotten back on their feet. We talk to the owner and the regular (can't shut him up) about their experience. Both were born and bred in the Treme and sadly, the owner had never even been out of the area till she was evacuated a week after Katrina to ...
... old area... All houses have shutters on windows for the hurricanes making them different to anywhere else!! I'm surprised at just how different every single town is that we have visited! Nothing like Australia!! The people here... Very interesting! I understand why the madi gras is in New Orleans - let's just say that! It was the last night for about 8 of us on the tour (the rest continue onto LA). We also met up with another TopDeck tour group who ...
We managed to leave the house by 10.15am this morning, and caught the bus into the city again, We got off outside the French Market, crossed the tracks and waited for a trolley or street car down to Canal Street, where the paddle boats leave from.
The boat didn't start boarding till 1.30, so we had ove an hour to fill in. Right beside the ticket office was an up ...
... 7.30 and we headed to our first tour stop which was about a 1.5 hour drive.
OAK ALLEY PLANTATION
Sugar cane was basically like a Gold mine in New Orleans back in the day so the people that owned Sugar Cane Plantations were extremely wealthy with massive mansions on their properties. Today these plantations are tourist attractions for people like us! The plantation got its name from the alleyway of oak trees that line the driveway up to the ...
... made the most of their cruise time.