Holiday Inn Metairie New Orleans Airport
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The hotel was nice, clean and very helpful. The restaurant was also good and the service was excellent.
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... Bourbon Street which was packed with little bars advertising the best bang for your booze buck, strip bars and souvenir stores overflowing with T-Shirts and the usual items.
Crossing the broad boulevard that is Canal St., marking the border of the French Quarter, I jumped on the Charles Street trolley and rode it to the end of the line and back. Total cost $2.50! It took me through the Garden district where stately mansions line ...
... the Hurricanes as that is the only thing we had the same that night.
Unfortunately for me I was pretty sick most of the next day but I did make it out sightseeing. I wasn’t going to miss out.
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... of your being and in return extract a part of you with one single passionate kiss making you forever one with it. New Orleans is one of those cities. In mere hours it embedded itself so deeply in my memory that 20 years later it still draws me back in. I only wonder now if its indelible impression can match the embellishments of my memory. So much has changed in this city over 20 years - some of those changes forever altering ...
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