La Quinta Inn New Orleans West Bank / Gretna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hopped on the hop on hop off bus and hopped off at Jackson Square. Had a look in the very nice cathedral named after one of the French kings. Then did the walking tour with a jolly chap called Charles who pointed out the French quarter has hardly any French houses as they all burned down in the great New Orleans fire. So they are mostly influenced by the Spanish people. It is very ...
... building was 638 feet tall and had its own zip code. We also saw one of the first original restaurants in New Orleans, Mothers Restaurant. We saw the largest empty building in the world. The windows were not installed properly and the building was full of black mold so condemned. Yikles. A statue of General Robert E. Lee holds a special spot in the middle of the traffic circle. Our first of two stops was at the WWII Museum. We entered a train and had ...
... now on massive stilts. Can I say it's hot here without making anyone up north mad? It is HOT! Sorry! Spent the day yesterday in New Orleans being tourists -- saw two lighthouses on the south side of Lake Pontchartrain and walked through some of the historic areas in downtown New Orleans. As a true tourist, we even had chicory coffee and beignets. The French Quarter is very ...
... is called Hotel Sonesta & it's in the French Quarter & is French Provincial style got a lovely room which Fletcher is sharing with me. We went out for a walk before dinner but it's mainly all bars with street entertainment & skimpy girls, we went to an Italian restaurant for dinner and came back to the hotel because the boys were tired & ready for ...
... Gulf had broken through the U.S. naval forces guarding the lake and made their way toward New Orleans. Jackson had an incredibly eclectic group facing 11,000 well disciplined and experienced British regulars. The American troops consisted of 968 army regulars, 58 marines, 106 seamen, 1,060 Louisiana Militia Volunteers (including 462 freemen of color,) 1,352 Tennessee Militia, 986 Kentucky Militia, 150 Mississippi ...