Doubletree New Orleans Airport
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... of the dorm room (the room you had to be under 30 to stay in). The unusual thing is that you actually had to walk through the dorm room and then up stairs to get to our room through a tiny door. The room was then like a loft/box in the dorm room so you could once again hear everything. This made things interesting in the morning as we had an early flight so we dragged our bags down the stairs into the dorm waking everyone up to head to the airport and to Las ...
... only a few minutes away and we had already passed it. We went to the stately home of Beauvoir, The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library. Beauvoir a Mississippi Historic Landmark preserves the legacy of the American Statesman and Confederate President Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Soldier. We walked through the home which was built only one story and built to weather Hurricanes with its hipped roof, same size on all four sides with the premise being that ...
... see the effect. They're rented properties by the government, the lease is 99 years at $99 per month and then they are the home owner's; but most of them have been passed down through generations of their families so probably wasn't as much in price as they are now. We went back down the river to another turning where we spitting loads of alligators!! A few times we were surrounded by around 8-9 alligators and some if then weren't small!! They came really close to the boat. ...
... the cemetery tour was a quick lunch stop at City Park, a huge park...in the city! It's almost twice the size of New York's Central Park and from the tiny section we saw, just as pretty. Following lunch we went on to the Lower 9th District which is the area of housing worst hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 in which approximately 1,8883 people died (approximately as over a 100 people are still classified as missing). It was quite a depressing sight to see first ...
... Very interesting actually. The City Park was next stop - this park is actually bigger than Central Park and was really pretty.
We also drove through areas which have not been rebuilt since Hurricane Katrina in 2005 - it must have been just shocking. The population in New Orleans was around 500,000 before Katrina and is now around 300,000 - many people relocated to other cities and have never returned.
Harry Conick ...