Marriott New Orleans Metairie at Lakeway
Travel Blogs from Metairie
... you could look out from and see the shrimp boats going up and down the
river and out on over to the bay, the asking price, private sale, is $85,000.
Not bad, could probably get it for much less. Have heard that property taxes
here are in the hundreds, not the thousands.
Have to include if we go to the North there is a subdivision
of prefabs on out right, which we circle around through, and sneak through the
back yard of one of the homes and get back to ...
Day two was a good day! We spent the majority of the day out exploring the town! We saw the at Louis cathedral, the Mississippi River for the first time, and a bunch of other beautiful other buildings! We also did a spot of shopping in a few little cool boutiques which was awesome. Lots of photos were taken! Jackson square was also beautiful :) We then decided to go home and have a rest, ...
... outside, the colder they make it on the inside. The kids and adults were freezing. The meal was delicious. We had profiteroles in Aunt Maren's honor and then headed home for a good night's rest.
I headed out for a run on the river path that starts at Harrah's the next morning. The path is nice enough but too short. Downtown is not a great running area but I tried to make the most of it and someone ahead or me ...
... places to see ..... decisions, decisions.
I truly love being on the road, I cant tell you how good it is not to have that horrible sinking feeling at the end of your holiday when you know you are packing your bags to return to normality. There is no normality for us (wonderful!), there is no end (in sight) to our holiday, and we pack our bags, (which we are now expert at) to move onto new and exciting places. I think I could do this for a long long ...
... Orleans the next day and found Anna and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service