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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... across for the first time to McDonalds. The other options for the restaurants were too much, I couldn't stomach a full meal, I'm already ballooning out of control. Andrew felt like a burger so Andrew had a quarter pounder and I had chicken club burger which was nice, it had onion, bacon and salads in a brioche bun. It is quite muggy but the clouds are coming over so the air conditioning was welcoming. We loaded back into the bus at 1.15 pm. We travelled back to our ...
... the city and the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. We received a very detailed overview of how the city was founded and the relationship with French, Spanish and American people's. We stopped off at a local cemetery and saw the size of the tombs which cost minimally $500,000 each. They are made of ornate marble and granite and are to be maintained by the family. We moved to the Museum district and stopped at the local cafe at the Museum of Modern Art ...
... Then back to the courtyard pictured for complimentary java and a really classy loud jazz playlist. Heaven and it's not even nine o clock! 15.13 I don't really know where the wheels came off the day. All I know is Steve and Beverley are now in a cafe trying to work out where they should sit to get the cheapest sandwich. It all started in such a civilized way, trotting round the French Quarter, gazing at the Mississippi, listening ...
... we were expecting; as we rode into Alabama, the sky had an ominous feel to it; it was super dark and eerie. Once we got off of the bridge, Mobile turned out to be more a city than we expected; apparently it’s the second largest city in the state.
Our final stop for the night was in Chalmette, Louisiana. We were much more tired than we had been the previous night, but we made it safely, and that’s what ...
... of the bayou, which in the past has provided natural protection against hurricanes. Much of the damage to the bayous was done in the 1800s by plantation owners and their slaves building levees to protect the land from rising waters.
After the movie we walked to the American Sports Saloon on Decatur Street ready for the SUPER BOWL! Pretty excited to be here for this massive American event. The game didn't start for a few hours, so ...