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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... a massive tomato! We went up to Bourbon street and listened to some jazz in the jazz music park which is a bit like a courtyard. They were really good, felt obliged to buy a drink if we sat there listening to the music so shared a lemonade! Strolled through bourbon street, the police officers are around a lot which is reassuring, they wear very right fitted clothing and considering they carry guns they don't wear bullet proof jackets, makes our coppers look silly because they ...
We arrived at the KOA New Orleans West campground, set up camp and decided not to waste any time but to take the shuttle downtown for the evening to get a first impression of the city. We were dropped off at the French Quarter and set out to explore the streets. Loud music came from the clubs, street musicians were performing, street acrobats entertained in the middle of the street, throngs ...
I slept in. It was great. But I couldn't sit in my hotel room all day. I had seen a billboard on the drive in about a 4D war film produced by Tom Hanks, beyond all boundaries was what it was called. I searched for it online and found it was an exhibit at the National D-Day museum that it was in town. The museum was opened Stephen E Ambrose, the historian and writer of books such as Band of Brothers and a book I read on Custer vs Crazy Horse; one of the reasons I was ...
... so I can make those at home.
French Quarter Festival Second-Line Kickoff Parade led by The Original Pin Stripe Brass Band – 100 block of Bourbon Street to Jackson Square – 10AM
Post-Parade we wore our beads back to the hotel room and found out that the T-Shirt that Nathan Polly had caught for Megan was for the Tomato Fest in June.... of 2012! We refreshed our drinks and then followed the crowds to the river front where we saw the tail end of ...
... a theater full of special effects. The forty-minute film gives a stirring view of the financial and political state of the globe as country after country was drawn into WWII. The impact of the film is made with special effects through the vibrating seats, strobe lighting, props and buildings that rise from in front of the giant screen and snow flakes and smoke enveloping the audience. The global human cost is given center stage ...