Sleep Inn New Orleans Airport
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... around 40 of us all together in our group, half have been together since California, and then the rest of us joined today! My roommate Becca is so lovely! She's from Australia and is the same age as me and we both are by ourselves so feel really comfortable. We toured round New Orleans together seeing bourbon street and the French quarter. Had my first American meal of fries and a sandwich thing which was good! Went down afterwards to ...
... we ended up I crescent park, overlooking the Mississippi River to watch the 4th July fireworks. They were very very cool, involving 2 river boats 'competing' by do a synchronised firework show. July 4th was a bit boozy so was more brunch time than breakfast when we woke up. We found a nice looking little place called Booty's and sat down to eat. I don't expect we'll be going there again as Leah's took 30mins AFTER mine had arrived. We ...
... Eyewitness Travel wrote can be admired in the Convent's chapel.
Opposite the Ursuline Convent is Beauregard-Keyes House. Many famous New Orleanians have lived in this house. General Beauregard only lived in the house for 18 months but because he was such a famous Civil War hero, the house still bears his name. We were not able to go into the house today because they were filming there.
Jackson Square is a great place to sit and people watch. ...
... at the markets for a leisurely stroll,
Getting coffee and magnets was our main goal.
From there into the city for a long, long roam,
Checked out museums, the mint and the Superdome.
We ended up back at the water, ready for some food,
Some jazz and a cocktail got us in the mood.
We got a taster plate full of the local cuisine,
Jambalaya, gumbo, crawfish with rice and bean.
We got up reasonably early and took advantage of the complimentary breakfast before delving into the French quarter again. It wasn't even 10am and it was already pushing 27 degrees. So walking wasn't exactly ideal but we roughed it out. We started off by making our way into the French markets. These were full of the usual touristy bits but occasionally there was some truly amazing pieces. We ...