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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... out the place(about a 20 min walk) We walked through the Warehouse/Arts District and into the French Quarter where people come to drink and party like there is no tomorrow. You are able to drink in the street as you wander from place to place listening to live music and watching the buskers/street entertainment. It is very similar to Beale st in Memphis and Honky Tonk row in Nashville just with lots more bars (there are a few streets) amongst ...
... literary exploration of the French Quarter. She is a writer, editor, publisher, educator, and her main focus is on the works of Tennessee Williams. She also expanded upon what we had learned of the history and culture of the city. New Orleans is extremely diverse, and it was fascinating how each instructor touched upon their subject matter in relation to the city’s culture.
The rest of the day was free until dinner. I ...
... basically. We were actually feeding gators marshmallows which he calls swamp crack! They love and it and they come looking for it when the boat pulls up. I kind of like them, they were very likeable animals and were like pets and waited to be cared for, I'm sure they would take my hand off given the opportunity. They were like dogs, they came when called and waited for more for as long as we were around. We saw the the levies and he explained that it protects ...
... visit to New Orleans for all of us so having already done the usual touristy stuff we were planning a lazy few days. We sampled lots of Louisiana food, rice and beans, gumbo, fried green tomatoes, jambalaya, creole prawns and bread pudding to finish.....and that was just lunch one day. Many cocktails were sampled here too, Hurricanes, Mint Juleps, Paddle Boat Steamers, Margaritas, Gin Twists and even Dave had ...
... we walked across to another recommended place by Ray, "Mothers" we had our second Po boy, shared this one between us, followed by the most amazing bread and butter pudding ever. It was now time to get ready for the dress up party and what better, cheaper costume is there then to swap clothes and go as each other? It went very well! IT Was a fun night on Bourbon street. Lots of dancing and fun. We also won best ...