La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway
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... catholic funerals, she bred her own slaves. It is thought to have had over 200 slaves working on the plantation. Laura was a descendant and completely opposite and looked after the slaves and was wanted equality. She died in the the 1960's of a ripe old age and sold the plantation for less than what it was worth including 7 properties in the French Quarter and the wine business's for $300,000. She didn't want anything to do with it and married a man from ...
... Under further inspection, it seemed that some of the salves used in that grand house were being used for some kinds of horrible experiments in some sick game of doctors. Of course this blew the story of our lady up once again and the people of the time began to speculate not only was the house cursed, it was haunted. Of course, not everyone believes in ghosts and curses, so the house has had a string of owners since the gruesome discover of the bodies under ...
... for it's mix of french and cajun fusion, but we didn't get to try all the southern culinary delights, not enough time.
We did the tourist 'swamp people' air boat tour and it was pretty cool. The air boat just glides over the water and even grassed islands without a bump. Stopped and fed the 'gators' in various spots, while our guide gave us information on the wildlife and the canal area including stories of Hurricane Katrina. He and his family have a ...
... was on the gulf but it is 100 miles down the river from this city. The port channel is 250 feet deep with many currents which precludes pleasure crafting on the river. Wonder if Huck Finn knew this little factoid. I bought the book to re-read as addendum to this experience.
The Mississippi is wide, silty and one of the busiest ( if not the busiest) in the world with 500 million tons of goods shipped yearly. Wheat leaves New Orleans and steel ...
... adventure. Now that I knew this museum was here, I had to check it out. I drove downtown and found a park. The website promised a unique collection of artefacts collected by Ambrose for the museum, and the entrance promised a lot with original concrete bollards from Utah beach, Hitlers Atlantic wall, including pot marks from bullets. I headed in, get my military discount and pay for both the beyond boundaries film, and a hands on submarine experience as well. ...