La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport
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... wasn't really buying anything although I bought some cars and some coasters as presents. We turned up at Jackson Square and started to get into the art and I noticed a beautiful lace shop. It was lace that collected from years ago. Andrew bought 2 pieces of hand made lace for his mum. One piece was 1968 and another from 1985. They were beautiful. We were engulfed caressed and enrapturing the fascination and beautiful buildings and boutique stores held within the ...
7.15 am Last night went to bed ballocksed expecting an 8 .00 am get up. PING ! Eyes wide open at 5 .30, body clock screaming for lunch. Bev and I are nipping out for an early stroll. It was humid and cloyingly hot last night, so expecting perspiration and lots of it. Look at the lovely courtyard view from our room. The place is magically like you dream of it being, lots of faded elegance and slightly shabby chic. 8.15 Took our ...
... customers. Luckily, our lunch at Schiano Pizza was really delicious. We had white pizza, garlic knots, and a spinach roll with homemade marinara sauce (which he should definitely bottle and sell). For dinner, we had Mediterranean food at Mediterranean Sandwich Co. in Mobile, Alabama. I had a falafel sandwich and half-Greek salad, and Evie had a Mediterranean chicken sandwich and tomato-spinach orzo pasta. Mobile wasn’t ...
... There are not just jazz bands playing at the festival- there are 12 different arenas or stages with music playing simultaneously. These include a gospel tent where I heard a really bad group, but others have heard good ones, a kids tent, a stage that plays zydeco music and a native heritage stage where the New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians dance and sing in spectacular costumes. I also saw a group from Ghana dancing and singing here.
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Since visiting New Orleans we have been told by multiple Louisiana residents, most people avoid New Orleans if possible. Apparently, it has become a dangerous, dirty city. Although we were only in the city 2 times, our assessment was the same. However, there are museums and some historic sites; it would have been a shame not to have seen them.