La Quinta Inn New Orleans Veterans / Metairie
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... sibling of each generation, that turned out to be a female. The story was fascinating and I considered buying the book. I ended up buying the story of Brer Rabbit and the little tar baby which was where the story was penned. Elizabeth was the woman who ran the company after her father died early and she ran it with an iron fist. She branded her slaves on the forehead like cattle and later rather than purchase slaves and have to register deaths and births ...
... that the house was insecure. In the coming years, the house was turned once more into one private space and the owner decided it needed renovating. He built a whole extra floor turning a grand 2 story into a superior 3 story property. He also decided to pull up all the floors and update things a bit. Upon doing this, he made a horrifying discovery. Under the floorboards of the first floor he found the remains of dozens of human body's, misshaped, de-limbed ...
... a few drinks and 25 cent oysters, which were delicious, and ended with far too many drinks. Followed the next day by a head ache, which I quickly regretted spending the day time trying to finish off a report for work. A quick swim in the pool and then time to repeat. We were staying just out of town but caught the trolley into the French Quarter to have a look around at the shops and restaurants and of course eat a Po-Boy and some Beignets. New Orleans cuisine ...
... I am the one who plays with it most it was probably me. EMBARASSED after complaining several times. (:
So.... according to the bus tour guides, everything in New Orleans is bigger, most and better than anywhere else. Imagine my surprise when the boat narrator said the Mississippi is only the third largest river in the world. It drains rivers and creeks from at least the Rockies and maybe further into the Gulf of Mexico. I had thought that ...
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 ...