La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie
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Bertha is not recognizing shore power, her battery is draining quickly, not fully charging on long road trips, and almost four years old. Time for a new battery.
Found Battery Sales and they offered to test and sell at very little over cost. Ricky was amazing. True Southern gentlemen. Doesn't do installations but led us to Steve at Frasier's Auto. We purchased the 300# battery, and headed to the shop. They had us pull the rig in ourselves and I got to hang out in her while they ...
... more thankful for the security). We were located on the edge of a bad area, where he said crime was 'mostly black on black and drug related'. After we left New Orleans Peter informed me that it was actually the third shooting over our fence in the two days we were there!!! Leaving NewOrleans we crossed over the longest causeway bridge in the world. Peter thinks it is about 22 kms long. It felt like you were driving on a bridge that led out into the ...
... are there to be confounded.
Despite little sleep we regroup and try again to enjoy our last city before we fly east. By day the beauty of the French Quarter is clear to see and in a parallel road to Bourbon we find galleries, antique shops and good coffee. Street musicians are everywhere from tap dancers, to saxophonists to classical violinists. Eventually we find Frenchmen Street, where save for a dead guy slumped on the pavement, with a ...
... a table in Jaques-Imos while we waited. A massive plate of fried chicken (absolutely amazing), several corn bread muffins (also amazing), and a beer (unfortunately just a PBR) later, and we were back out the front of Maple Leaf, still looking at an empty bar and only just noticing that there was an $8 cover charge. It wasn't difficult for us to decide to head back to the hostel and sleep instead. Maybe we'd give the jazz a go tomorrow instead.
... like a Sub only with thin warm slices of hot roast beef with salad...when you eat them the moisture runs down your arms..but gosh they were good.. The place was a gambling joint for Football..they had bookies inside..
Down to Bourbon Street for dinner at the Red Fish Grill...Beautiful food, but we kept it small with just soups and entrees..then a stroll down for some Big ***** beers..then bed
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking