La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning we took the Canal Street street car to City Park where we had a lovely walk around the sculpture park. Marg Sussed out that we could take a ride on the kids' train. This did involve a fairly long walk in the hot sun through the kids' Storyland a on to a beaut little train. This took us on a ride right around the huge park with its huge magnolia trees festooned ...
The nights were still pretty long for camping so I found myself getting lots of sleep. It has also allowed me to catch up on my reading. I am presently reading the biography of the Empress Dowager Cixi who is responsible for opening up China to the west in the second half of the nineteenth century.
I have been able to eat healthier and less expensive meals on the road by visiting the grocery store Publix or Winn-Dixie ...
... tired that night from being sick the night before that the people stomping above and the drunken people coming home at 3am didn’t bother me.
Our final day in New Orleans we headed to Café Du Monde to have some beignets. They are basically a fried pasty that is covered in icing sugar. They sell them in 3’s and at only $2.45 for 3 we got a serve each. I have to say they were pretty delicious but you end up covered in icing sugar powder ...
... a monkey. No a monkey would have learned it by now. So we are sitting there staring at a bush. Jock has a rationale for everything. It doesn't have to make sense to anyone else just that he knows the right thing to do, at the right time. That decision sounds positive and through his own rhetoric it implies motion, movement, a direction, a choice being executed and a way to go. Unfortunately with Jock his first decision is not to make one. It's to think about things for ...
... to show us St. Louis Cemetery and explained the various styles of tombs.
We had some free time where I took advantage of my cozy hotel bed and took a brief nap. We continued to dinner at the New Orleans School of Cooking and much to our surprise, Anne was the chef! She has been a guest on the Steve Harvey Show to demonstrate foods from New Orleans and treated us to chicken and sausage gumbo, shrimp etouffee, bananas foster, ...