Marriott New Orleans Metairie at Lakeway
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... on the other side but it didn't protect the people on this side of the swamp. Andrew was loving his go pro. He put his pole on and filmed the trip. We were given ear muffs and I put mine on to hold my hat on. Andrew decided he wanted to hear everything and guess what, lost his freakin Solomon Island hat, yes it went overboard in the big Ol Mississippi River never to be returned. He was devastated despite him trying to brush it off. The guide said he got it but it ...
... Sunrise. Friday night was big music night, Bourbon street was buzzing with weekend visitors and party people and so we started sedately with Matt the guitar player in Margaritaville. He was very a funny midget, a description he gave himself, and made up his own words to songs. When we asked him for a british song gave us a rendition of the battle of New Orleans. How Rude! We went onto a zydeco bar where ...
... we thought the scenery was going to be way different to what it was - we realise the river is very much a working river but the boat went downstream for an hour and all you see are the wharves and container ships and then we turned around and went back upstream to where we began! Still the four of us had lots of fun and laughs.
Went to a restaurant called 'Mothers' which a few people had recommended to us and we decided we had to have a ...
... landing boat featured predominately in this buildings exhibit, they are the well known landing craft you see on movies or footage where the men hit the beach and the front drops down so they can all run off. That landing craft was invented by a company here in Louisiana and there were some old company representatives who volunteered at the museum to talk all about the boat. I didn't care too much so I just looked around. The museum told the story of the war in ...
... architecture of some of the business malls, of which there were many. soon were cruising eastward on comfortable freeways. The Chrysler 200 car was very comfortable and quiet. Being VW westfalia travellers, the silence in the car,the cruise control and the reclining seats were quite the surprise. What we saw of Texas was low rolling countryside, little forestation and typical little service station and fast food exits. As we crossed into Louisiana however, the ...