Marriott New Orleans Metairie at Lakeway
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... hollow out the middle of the bread and stuff it, rather than slicing the bread. It was really yummy. We then had a brief look round some shops, while trying to find a cash point, and then I headed off to go on a Segway tour of New Orleans, I figured it was a good way to cover as much ground as possible. It was lots of fun, it was just me and the guide which was nice, and we covered lots of ground. We started off going round the French quarter, we went to Jackson ...
... was on the rundown side. I quickly discovered that this was just how New Orleans is - random, ocassionally beautiful, occasionally half demolished - and it has its own innate, undeniable charm as a result. Rien's flat inside was really lovely, in the New Orleans 'shotgun' style where every room is lined up one behind the other, leading to a narrow, long property, so called as you could fire a gun from the front to the back and it ...
... their table and waved us over. We were in and out in maybe 30mins haha.
This place was the original French market place in the city, when the natives were actually French, and has been trading in coffee and beignets (French doughnuts) since 1862.
Our server, who was an older lady, looked like someone you wouldn't mess with. A proper momma who kept going "ummhuh" when we gave ...
... we were out sightseeing for our last nights) and it was a set of bunks in the kitchen off the lounge. It was totally bizarre. It did have a toilet which was going to be very important later in the night. Not only was it a bizarre set up but insulation in the house was non-existent and you could hear everything and everyone so not much sleep was got in our days here.
So after getting settled in our kitchen bunk room we headed into the French Quarter ...