La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their table and waved us over. We were in and out in maybe 30mins haha.
This place was the original French market place in the city, when the natives were actually French, and has been trading in coffee and beignets (French doughnuts) since 1862.
Our server, who was an older lady, looked like someone you wouldn't mess with. A proper momma who kept going "ummhuh" when we gave ...
... were based on oppression, a connection to the history of New Orleans.
Shaka Zulu expanded upon oppression from a historical perspective during a lecture “Treme and Mardi Gras Indians.” He welcomed us to his restaurant, The Golden Feather, for lunch. The dining room was laden with various Mardi Gras Indian suits constructed by hand. He and his family spend all year preparing the suits in hopes that theirs will be the best in a ...
... room and stands directly in front of me obscuring not only all view, but also the sun, the moon and the stars! Paul's view remains unobstructed. The band however, is excellent and the vocalist they have (female) is amazing. We end up enjoying it hugely but only stay for one set. By the time we leave it is already close to 1 o'clock and we still have a lengthy hike back to the hotel. Plenty of revelers still out and about and looks like Bourbon St will party on till dawn, I don't know how they do ...
... Quarter to see if he could find some more good bands but to no avail. New Orleans, in a way just like Amsterdam, has become a city for the rest of the country to come and party. Historically, this must have started with the availability of amazing music, but none of the revelers hear that music at night.
On to Alabama.
... the boat, the boys got suckered in and had to pay for getting their shoes shined. The funny thing was they were wearing thongs.
When we were shopping we walked into a cigar factory, they were rolling cigars and smoking them. We had a little tour on what they did at the store. They had four Dominican Republic's and 2 Costa Rican's doing the rolling. It was very fun to watch.
We met up with ...