Microtel Inn & Suites Pearl River
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Travel Blogs from Pearl River
Tuesday 30th Lazy morning planning our stay in Phoenix while Val swam 1000 lengths in the hotel pool. Dave was left to do the laundry and the ironing while Val and Pauline went shopping and for coffee and beignets at Cafe du Monde. Went out looking for Mint Julep and found a New Orleans marching band with police escort getting ready to tramp around ...
... buy their freedom, and many went in to have slaves of their own after becoming free. This was our last stop for the day and we jumped back in the bus to head back to New Orleans. After being dropped off at the hotel, we went to hard rock for dinner, where I had arguably the worst fajitas of my life. We also then decided to go on a ghost tour this night, so we booked on our way home and went straight to a pub to start the 8pm tour. This was ...
... We didn't do any sightseeing in Shreveport as it seemed to be a regular small town. From Shreveport we headed back to Dallas where we made a quick stop to fix Bobbee's suitcase (it had been operating on only 3 wheels instead of 4 since New York which had made it a little difficult for her to manoeuvre!) In Dallas, we did our big tidy and pack up of our RV and, with some sadness, bid farewell to our little home the next morning. The company arranged ...
Up and out by 9 am. Started near the south east corner near the market. Walked the French Quarter about 1 hour. Drenched in sweat. Saw the cathedral, Royal carriage rides, balconies. Cafe Du Monde line was ridiculously long. I wanted a beignet. Stopped for baby powder and coffee along Canal street. Got all all day pass to ride the street cars...smart move! Rode to end of the Garden District. rode back to Lafayette Cemetery. Surprised to see it is still in ...
... just hang out in the room for an hour or so until we take off for the swamp tour (rain or shine; looks more and more like the former as I write this just before leaving. End of the day update: Well, by the time we left New Orleans the sky had cleared considerably and it was really quite pleasant. It was about a 30 mile drive NE to get to Slidell and the Pearl River where the swamp tour left from. The boats were flat bottom rigs with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking