Clarion Inn & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClarion Inn & Suites New Orleans
For the price and location, this hotel was perfect. I walked everywhere and it was very close to the French Quarter. Perfect for Mardi Gras
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... of Preservation Hall for a totally authentic performance and then strolled up to Frenchmen St for another (!) marguerita at the Spotted Cat and more fabulous music.
We did the mandatory bus tour to admire the architecture, visited a restored plantation and took a paddle-wheel cruise, just to support the local tourist industry. We found the locals friendly and helpful, and unlike Rome, did not get ripped off once.
... s a white wine glass albeit a bucket of one. It has straight sides. There's a lady drinking a red at the bar in a red wine glass. Funny that. Look Jock, a red wine glass. See it's bulbous. You want the gravity to trap its nose in the glass. White wine you want it to escape, as it can start smelling like methanol. Who you calling wine breath? The bartender came over and he was doing a wine course at the local tech and he didn't know the reason for different shaped wine ...
The day started with a splash! As we stood outside the bath house at the campground, we heard two loud splashes and peered over the fence on the platform to see a pair of eyes and a head out in the water- our first sighting of an alligator. As it swam away we got a view of its body- longer than Kerry- over 6 feet- without the tail. So-despite the abundant waterways- we are not missing our inflatable kayak on this trip AT ...
... meridian, Mississippi, and Picayune, Mississippi (I took a photo there because no one would believe the name otherwise!) before arriving in New Orleans about 15 minutes late.
Getting the luggage was something of a zoo--we kept getting new instructions over the loudspeaker (you'd think they'd have done this once or twice before!)--but once they got it going, we got out of the station pretty quickly. Oddly, there were ...
... start our own tour back with a visit to Lafayette Cemetary #1. Here the tombs are above ground as in New Orleans it is difficult to "manage" below ground ones. We then walked along Prytania Street to a Garden District landmark of Colonel Shorts house with its corn stalk design iron fence. We continued all the way down Prytania Street in the end back to a Canal street, passing a number of impressive villas including one used in the Django Unchained ...