La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we were looking at, that included the historical military base, the second largest sugar refinery in the world, that produces 1 million tonnes of granulated sugar, as well as various facts about the river- 3rd largest in the work and New Orleans is one of the top 10 ports in the world in terms of volume of goods moved. It was really interesting. We then headed back up river, and at this point a jazz band started playing. Katie and I sat outside for a while, it was nice ...
... for dinner, which turned into a culinary learning experience for all the kids!! ' Um, umm! Would you describe dog as hot, or damned hot?' More walking took in Jackson Square, the Corn Row House and many of the must see houses. On our last evening wandering to the shops we happened into a band performing on a street corner. Sweet - that summarises what New Orleans was all about. a surprise around every corner. We all really liked like N'Orlins, y'all! Next stop - Miami and Beach ...
... Bourbon beforehand and we're told to stick to Frenchmen instead. This is where we found ourselves, looking for food, and a few drinks before heading home for our early wake up call.
We ended up in a place named Bamboulas, which was actually pretty good. They had a decent band playing, and the food was tasty... though they had run out of coconut shrimp ...
We arrived at our hostel in the Garden District and found it to be an interesting set up. We had decided to stay in a hostel here as the prices for the time of year were quite expensive in the hotels and this hostel had good reviews and was in a good location so we thought it would be a good bet. The one thing we saw when booking this hostel though was that if you were over 30 you had to book a private room. This was no drama as we intended on doing this ...
... the glades over massive sheets of purple lilies. Turns out they are noxious and double in size in 48 hours! We made a couple of stops and the main part of the show was the bloke who drove us out. He is unable to shrimp anymore because the Government does not pay enough after Hurricane Katrina. He kills muss rats at $5.00 a piece, he got 6300 between December and March and he explained that rather than killing the gators he makes more showing them to us. It's ...