Sleep Inn New Orleans Airport
- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and then they get ready for the "Vampire Ball" (or "party in the park" for those who like to drink and party). But New Orleans is also a tourist destination and there is much more to do. Key tours include: Airboat or flat bottom boat tours of the Bayou (really cool), City tour, including a look at how burials are performed using the famous "street tombs", Paddle steamer cruise on ...
... would enjoy as they love Hondas and have recently transitioned to DOD jobs. Same thought process and sense of humour, can't stand fools easily and tells it like it is and has no friends....sounds like someone I know. Oh and the barman showed us some neat bar tricks too. I have to remember them!! We came back to our room at 9.30 pm and tried to relax. Andrew wanted to skype his dog but Janis was not online. I skyped Becca and she said mum had the kids and took them to Zoo ...
... a new neighbourhood in New Orleans which we drove over on the fly over, it is a huge place. They are building houses and schools, and research buildings where they will work on discovering cures for human diseases! Got to the swamp tour it was really cool, just how you imagine it would be with the swampy trees and airboats that glide through the water; first stop was the wild pigs they had on the side of the river, he had names for them and was feeding them marshmallows. ...
Woke up in our ****** hostel, bought us down to reality sufficiently. We had some free pancakes and made for the French Quarter. Where Josh had booked a new hotel for the night, a 4 star hotel overlooking a beautiful French street. We walked around the entire French Quarter stopping at a Po-Boy restaurant, what New Orleans is famous for: a version of Subway but a hell of a lot better. Feeling full and ready to see some Gators, we got in the car and drove to a swamp to do ...
... real southern bell. She had the accent, manner and soft voice which was once intrinsic to this area.
We also saw an alligator which had a run in with hi-way traffic and met it's demise. I wanted Emile to stop so we could get some tail steaks for dinner. Alas he refused to do so. Instead we had shake and bake chicken. A whole fryer costs about 5 dollars. I remember being shocked when I returned to Canada ...