La Quinta Inn & Suites Covington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... are immortalised now, and what a special way for your memory to live on. In 300 years, someone please preserve my home and tells lots of stories about my life, ok? Oak Alley gets its names from the row of 28 oak trees that line the path leading to the main house. This view is just incredible, and those trees are THREE CENTURIES old. Incredible. Saw the slave cabins and heard the stories of slavery its abolishment and ...
The Big UN-Easy! So far we're finding dogs are not terribly welcomed in a lot of NOLA establishments. Bummer. I guess Ichabod will have to do all his Hurricane drinking on the streets. :) We managed a short walk around the French Quarter last night, heading back to the hotel right after sunset. The hotel is fantastic (and every bit as advertised). They have a cool lounge with a bar and ...
... that this cacophony surrounding us was not a staged, tourist trap neighborhood but an actual lifestyle for a myriad of people from all levels of life – from the homeless; to the hippies; to the musicians and artists; to the shop and bar owners; to clinics and grocery stores. It has an intense pulse that is intoxicating. I understand the affectionate nicknames of New Orleans now: Nawlins, The Big Easy, NOLA. I loved it. John loved it. We both LOVED ...
... food is not only very good, but very interesting, the service was attentive and friendly and it has a great atmosphere. One of the best meals of the holiday. Maybe I'll come back for dinner....
The Eco Tours bus was already waiting outside when I went down at 1.15. I was first on the bus so grabbed the front seat. My driver, Ronny, told me about something called the Gretna Festival which starts tomorrow. It’s across the river so I’d need to catch the ferry ...
... it has proved quite convenient. We are also finding the laundry bags that the hotels have in the closet especially useful to transport our laundry to the laundrette but as we discovered today, not all bags are created equal, and as Vaughan was carrying the bag the handles started to break, causing him to have to carry it for the rest of the way like a baby.
This point was not missed by one of the locals, who are all quite vocal here, you then shouted ...