La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport
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... especially for Harry but he did well to last as long as he did. Liam and Owen were very interested in the displays and really loved the old newsreels. Bought Liam WWII monopoly asaChristmas gift at the gift shop to add to his already impressive monopoly collection.! Took our exhausted children back to the rv park. I met a local at the rv park who told me that only a few minutes before he had reported a shooting just on the other side of the park walls (I ...
... the promise of an upgrade our hotel room is small, smelly and very noisy. We make a fuss and get promised an upgrade to a junior suite with two bathrooms. Somewhat comforted we step into Bourbon Street to discover the quaint town of Jazz we are expecting is a titty bar beer fest and there are ten rock bands to the block. We did expect loud and proud but not lewd and crude. We duck back to our hotel where there is a jazz bar and sipping cocktails remind ourselves ...
... Leaf in Uptown had come highly recommended, and also happened to be next door to Jacques-Imos, the best fried chicken in town. We hopped on a bus to a streetcar all the way out to Uptown and took a short walk down Oak Street to Maple Leaf, a bar that looked seedy, appeared to have no music coming from it at all, and housed a total of eight patrons, all male, sitting at the bar. We crossed our fingers - hoping all the jazz just started later - ...
... and turned out 2 were from Geelong and another 2 from Conargo !!! So Peter rattled off names of blokes in Geelong and they found a few they both knew..It was very funny, they have done a huge trek around America as well... Once back in town we went in search of lunch and found a Po Boy place...Having heard about them but never having one we went to the specialist..Only open 10.to 3 ...they ...
... we got back we met another roommate - a young girl from Kansas who had run into a string of bad luck and moved to New Orleans to find work. This actually seemed to be a common thing - most of the drunks in the courtyard were in the same position...I was perplexed. I thought New Orleans wasn't recovering as well from Katrina as they'd hoped...why would you go there if you were down and out on your luck? We met another roomie - a Kiwi girl who was ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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