Sleep Inn New Orleans Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... They were unusual, artistic, rare, antique, expensive, inexpensive and seductive. I bought some Christmas earrings and cards from Santas Quarters. We bought a number of gifts for ourselves and others. Andrew was gracious, I bought earrings, necklace, bracelets for myself. I found two gold mask brooches for mum at a place called Ma Sherie Amour on St Ann street and some Christmas decorations for us in one store as well as a bracelet for me. In another I bought ...
... into the quarter, where lots of loudly hollering street cleaning operatives were removing the detritus of a Bourbon Street Saturday night. Broken glass, the scent of stale beer and one poor unfortunate still passed out face down on the pavement. I kid you not. It's a burning regret that I didn't take the I pad and take a snap of the fellow, just for local color. Still, there but for the grace of God and Aunty Bevs tender ...
... we were expecting; as we rode into Alabama, the sky had an ominous feel to it; it was super dark and eerie. Once we got off of the bridge, Mobile turned out to be more a city than we expected; apparently it’s the second largest city in the state.
Our final stop for the night was in Chalmette, Louisiana. We were much more tired than we had been the previous night, but we made it safely, and that’s what ...
NOLA - the city that never stops partying. Except for January for some unexplained reason. It has to be either the calm before the Mardi Gras storm or its the coldest month and not conducive to the ...
One of the joys of this full-time life is making new friends. We continue to be amazed at "what a small world" the RV community is. We had met a great couple, Randy and Stephanie; at the Tabasco tour on Avery Island last week. We were so happy to be able to reconnect with them, and we are already looking forward to our future visits ...