Plaza Suite Hotel Resort
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... to allow for contingencies and arrive with about half an hour to spare so that I can figure out which gate we have to be at and get some coffee without having to run or rush.
So this morning, we have to check out of the hotel, get back our cash deposit, put petrol in the car, get to the car rental drop-off at the international terminal of the airport, return the car and have it checked over, get from that terminal by shuttle to the domestic ...
... back with all limbs attached and went down to join the locals at a BBQ where everyone was preparing for the big celebration that evening.
The 4th July is celebrated in the US for their Independence Day. It was when Will Smith blew up the evil attacking aliens and saved the world. So to commemorate this special achievement, ...
... house like most in the area. The water was so high they had to use an axe to cut their way out of the attic. At the end the guy just pulls a baby alligator from under his chair and starts passing it around. It was quite cute and really soft, although still had razor sharp teeth that nearly ended up on my ear after the lady holding it behind me dropped it on my shoulder.
We drove a few streets out from where we were staying and quicky realised the ...
... thousands of rooms, it takes up about 4 city blocks. The lobbies are teaming with people, maybe more so being the beginning of the French Quarter Festival. To get to our room we had to escalator up two floors, then walk a couple of indeed yards to a set of super fast elevators. Our room is a typical, fairly small, but comfortable Hyatt type room. The view is of massive concrete comprising the Mercedes Benz Super Bowl. It was already 8:30 pm by the time we were settled in, ...
... outside! We went to let ourselves in the gate, when the neighbour came over and invited us for some drinks! We asked what was going on and she told us it was a wake for the poor guy who lived a couple of doors down! Another tradition in New Orleans, they have parties to honour the dead and people sing and dance and eat lots of barbecued food! We stayed and chatted for an hour but still feeling tired, said our goodbyes and went to bed! The following day we took ...