La Quinta Inn New Orleans Causeway
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a population of alligators and I saw one on a hiking trail not far from where my tent was pitched. Hmmmmm!
In the late afternoon, and continuing until long past dark, some kind of fish would jump out of the water repeatedly. Each fish was between 1 and 2 feet long so the splash made considerable noise. Sometimes they would jump 5 times in quick succession. I would hear them from my tent as I read before sleeping.
On all ...
We had to get up early this morning so that we could be packed & ready by 8am and have breakfast, the shuttle bus seem to take ages to get us to the airport but we got there & we got checked in ok after re packing a couple of S&V suitcases to distribute the weight. Our flight was at 12.45 to Detroit where we had to change planes for New Orleans. ...
... br> We drove over the causeway across Lake Pontchartrain to New Orleans- about 45 minutes from our campsite. We headed straight to the Chalmette National Historical Park, just a few miles from the French Quarter. It was here that Andrew Jackson and his forces fought the British at the Battle of New Orleans from December 24 1814 to January 8, 1815. At the museum we learned more about the battle. The British naval forces ...
... because the trolley driver didn't wait for him.
We have passed heaps of cafes offering "Po boys" which are submarine-type sandwiches on baguettes, usually with meat or fried seafood. They were a 'poor man's' sandwich which got shortened to "Po boy". I keep telling Paul we will have to have one while we are here and today he says he'll have to get himself a "poo boy". I nearly wet myself laughing imagining him going up to some counter and some ...
... is slated to be finished, and the answer was that for about two years the answer has been "in about two years." The latest estimate moves that up a bit--roughly early summer 2015.
After that, we went through the museum exhibit, which is laid out chronologically from the build up to D-Day to the end of the war in Europe. Then ...