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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... 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 ...
... carry a taxer gun yet they still walk round with minimal movement in their limbs do to the padding they have on, these guys have guns, tazers and pepper spray and all they got to protect them is a sheriff hat! Went and chilled in the courtyard at the hotel, bourbon street was good but the tackiness of the promoters outside clubs and the flashy lights and tacky bars put me off a little, when I wanted to see more jazz pubs and bars. Memphis tonight, let's hope I sleep as well as I did coming ...
... and they love them. Our guide told us there was a big owl behind us and we all took the bait and when we turned back to look at him a baby alligator was being hurled in our direction! Well he pretended to throw the little guy! He/she would have been 40 or so cm long. We all had a hold. They are so soft to touch! But even at this small age they can do substantial damage with their little razor sharp ...
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 ...
... a real one let me know) is a lot sharper than most tourists. Maybe that meant I enjoyed Bourbon Street less, I dunno. Even though it was about 6pm, there were masses of middle aged men and women in the bar who had clearly been drinking all day and were absolutely wasted. After quickly realising I was the only person under 40 in the bar, it was too late. I'd been pounced upon. A group of teachers had surrounded me and were interrogating me about my accent. Danger. "You're young enough to ...