La Quinta Inn & Suites New Orleans Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... flasher restaurant, it was to late to leave after we ordered drinks. Food was very expensive but we ended up staying and enjoyed the atmosphere and the definitely the food. The dessert was just beautiful, had a triple chocolate cake with several layers. Towards the end of night 3 Jazz men came in and started singing some songs. It was not only entertaining it was true Orleans style which I am glad we were able to experience. Tambourine, vocals and harmony......it was ...
... going to The Hyatt's Oyster bar for dinner.
I sat at the bar, which is my custom and ended up right in front of the Emeril, the Oyster shucker. His job is to stand there for 8.5 hours 6 days a week and do nothing but shuck oysters. He had massive forearms and incredible technique! He was a pretty good conversationalist as well.
The oysters they had were big and juicy and tasty, served with S&P, lemon slices, cocktail sauce and horseradish. Raw ...
... to see. I pretty much just got the lay of the land. Made my way to the place where the voodoo tour was starting. What is voodoo? Well it is a group of similar soci-political-religious practices native to West Africa. As a group, these practices are called African Traditional Religion. It is based on a "first person" spiritual practice meaning that the participants have a direct and first person contact with the spirits. The word voodoo means spirit. There are three levels ...
... happens. Luckily, I have alternative options for accessing money but I didn't tell the bank that.
I have to say that having a bathroom to myself feels like a luxury. At the New Orleans Jazz Quarters, because we had a two bedroom cottage, I had to share the bathroom with Pip and Wayne. On the whole this was manageable but did become inconvenient first thing in the morning when we all woke at the same time and needed the toilet immediately.
... as tasty. Still, the music was good and the place had a nice, friendly, laid back atmosphere.
Blew my last $13 on a box of pralines from a place near the hotel. Can't believe I spent $170 today, but I added it up and I actually did!!
Saturday October 4, 4.30pm
Room 1444, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans
Feeling quite ill this morning with a cough, sore throat and blocked nose. Swallowed an obscene amount of vitamin C, then went to the Walgrens near ...