La Quinta Inn New Orleans West Bank / Gretna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... one had chicken and sausage but was very nice. We all continue to wander off and check out the multitude of souvenir shops and Xmas shop and eventually see Cafe du Monde which is renowned for beignets which is a type of French doughnut covered with icing sugar. Unfortunately we are going to have an early dinner and the line-up is long so decided to leave for another day. We head to a restaurant called Irene's for dinner. It is only a couple ...
... boarded up houses. The cemetery was the most memorable part of the tour, need I say more. The afternoon was spent walking along the waterfront and through the French Quarter and shopping. It was very hot and humid, so didn't lend itself to anything energetic. Evening diner was on the Natchez Steamboat, paddling up the Mississippi and listening to jazz. Walking back to the hotel through the French Quarter we managed to find a good bar with jazz - a nice way to end the ...
... it was stuffed with people, lined up out the doors. Rule #1, visit attractions like this during the week, not the weekend!
Featured prominently in the registration hall is a flat bottomed boat conceived and designed by Andrew Higgins which made the Normandy landing possible. The boat had numerous variations depending upon what it was hauling; troops, tanks, supplies, etc. Thousands were built by the Higgins Boat Building Company and other builders ...
... around 40 of us all together in our group, half have been together since California, and then the rest of us joined today! My roommate Becca is so lovely! She's from Australia and is the same age as me and we both are by ourselves so feel really comfortable. We toured round New Orleans together seeing bourbon street and the French quarter. Had my first American meal of fries and a sandwich thing which was good! Went down afterwards to ...
Thursday 5th June 2015 Spent a fair bit of time on iPads and cameras and succeeded in printing out my missing plane ticket. Then caught the hop on hop off bus and rode around the city. We got off and did the walking tour of the garden district which was lovely if rather dull weather-wise. We saw houses belonging to various famous people such as Degas and Sandra Bullock. The streets are very attractively ...