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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... to, you could go and look at the engines. The dinner was lovely. We tried everything in moderation. There was creamed spinach, four cheese penne, Cajun potatoes, Cajun corn, gumbo which I think was my favourite. It tasted like a gravy with sausage and beef and was so very rich and thick. I had roast pork and mustard sauce, deep fried catfish and tartare sauce. We tried a local beer but I was so knackered I couldn't eat any more. The second sitting came through ...
... I wanted to bring home to have and show everyone. Again, I was concerned that the baggage handlers, who are know for there delicate touch when it comes to luggage, would smash the glass bottles. So I put them in my hand luggage for safe keeping.
When we got to the security check point - we had to dispose of the drinks that we had bought for the flight as Delta is the US version of Jetstar - no service at all. ...
Today was my last in Rhode Island and Corrigan's mum, Melanie kindly said she would take me around and give me a tour of the areas in Newport as she had the day off. My tour began with a trip into Newport, along some of the back streets and along the coast. We stopped off at a memorial statue for the French soldiers who had helped in the revolutionary war. The deep root of French and English rugby rivalry revealed to me! I hadn't known that the French were involved ...
... doesn't like bread pudding however we all found the pudding and whiskey sauce very good. We also learned how to make pralines. Apparently candy making if one of the fine arts in this state.
A not very pleasant table companion was annoyed that we weren't keen on seeing the American WWII museum, "after all you are in the US". This sentiment was forgotten when a very nice man commiserated with Karen and I because we ...
... this simulated Sub. I was put at the torpedo firing station. The exhibit simulated that we were attacking a Japanese convoy and a screen on the roof made it appear we were doing it on the surface, and we could all see the ships we were attacking. Everyone was too busy watching that screen to really do what they were suppose to do at their respective stations. Except me however, who fired torpedoes with precision, doing my duty and not wanting to let the crew ...