La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport
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According to Clare Pierson, “Wednesday is the day when you are supposed to rest.” I did just that for most of the evening. My last full day in New Orleans was based on “Authors from and of New Orleans.” Clare had been with the group the entire week. She participated in all activities and brought an insider’s perspective to all of our activities together. On the second afternoon of the program, Clare gave us ...
... before, it was dangerous as all hell. Anyway we arrived at Jean Lafeyette Swamp Tours and were ushered straight down to the water. Within a couple of minutes were were on board and all excited. We slowly travelled down the swamp river and we had the second boat from our cosmos tour in front of us. I had visions of us like Shelby on TV whipping around corners and swiping too close to branches and ducking under trees all too close. Too much TV I suspect. We then sped ...
... a massive tomato! We went up to Bourbon street and listened to some jazz in the jazz music park which is a bit like a courtyard. They were really good, felt obliged to buy a drink if we sat there listening to the music so shared a lemonade! Strolled through bourbon street, the police officers are around a lot which is reassuring, they wear very right fitted clothing and considering they carry guns they don't wear bullet proof jackets, makes our coppers look silly because they ...
... I got some pictures of the books so I can get when I get back. After a lovely stroll we got our swamp attire on ready for the afternoons adventure! Gator boats! We had 20 of us on our air boat and we had front row. They are amazing and smooth but very very loud. We all had ear muffs to help. It wasn't long and we saw our first few gators. They are attracted to all things white so the tour operators feed ...
... are fun, and the fact you can drink on the streets is pretty awesome, the whole stretch is a cheap and tacky version of the jazz scene in the 1920s and 1930s. If a tourist board existed for tine travel holidays, this is what they would create. Even though it's not actually named after the liquor, I decided to have a whisky in a little European jazz bar. Thanks to spending a lot of time with my buddy Tim, my ******** detector for jazz (metaphorically speaking, although if you ...