La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport
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... battle of New Orleans only lasted about 2 hrs with the main fighting confined to about 30 minutes. At the end of this 2000 British troops were dead, wounded or taken prisoner and the American casualties numbered fewer than 20. Also on the site is the Malus-Beauregard house which was built 20 years after the war on the plantation.
It was a grey and windy day and we found a spot on the boat behind the wheelhouse a bit out of the wind so we ...
... all the while and helped pluck some of the fish from the net for him. The shrimp must be hand picked from the net and there is no easy way to remove them. I caught some sun on top of the deck all the while the old folk hovered over the top rail, I couldn't get near so I enjoyed the sun. We disembarked and went for lunch and walked across to the park saw the Hurricane Katrina memorial which is located here in Biloxi because it was where the hurricane initiated. ...
... the Mississippi River. They had flood banks put in to prevent the flooding, although the water came up the from the gulf coast and broke through the barriers at 32ft. The wind speed that was recorded was 200mph and gusts of 250mph, I can't even imagine how powerful that is!! Another main source of income for New Orleans is the coffee plantation, they have coffee beans shopped there from all over the world and it gets processed and distributed though out America and the world! They ...
... America and having been to Mexico City 3
times helped us adjust. It can be smelly at times and is not clean.
It is run down with broken sidewalks, etc. I know people that would not
be comfortable here. But we liked it okay, although I was anxious for
our friends to arrive and even for the conference to start. It did not
make the best first impression on ...
... and the rest of the band picked up the slack. There was a horn, slide trombone and base fiddle that carried the others. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.
We trundles down Bourbon street for a bit then separated from our younger companions to return to the hotel where we cooled off in the pool then settled in for the night.
A truly fantastic experience here in New Orleans!!!