Quality Inn LaPlace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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My son wants to go to an Art Museum? No Declan they don't sell food beer or tobacco! Shock horror this reminds me of trips thru Europe and the Brands ( Hi Ron and Carol) Not another ABC (Another bloody church) for the uninitiated. Well today it was an ABM! Well as they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder and yes they were pretty good back in the day of reproducing live on canvas. Then there is the contemporary ...
... and sat on the balcony. Tried to Skype Willow and Sharon, but no answer. Willow did msg later. Wrote to Lindsay, who wrote straight back. He's so good like that. About 7:00 went to the Hard Rock Cafe for dinner. Felt brave walking a few blocks in the dark, but there were police everywhere, and people !! Had a burger, which was nice, but cold. Service was slow too, but they were busy. After the waiter asked my opinion and I said the above. When he finally brought ...
... to the swamp. When we got on the hover boat it ended up being just the three of us on the boat, which was funny because 6 people had paid more to go on a 6 man craft, and so the one they were on had more people. We set off and started out heading into lake Salvador, the boat went really fast, and the noise from the fan at the back was also really loud. Fun though. We headed to one of the small islands on the side of the lake and the guide started throwing marshmallow. The reason ...
... was a great deal of money raised by the people to get New Orleans back on their feet. At the same museum they were doing a Mardi Gras exhibition which gave us an insight into what a lively and fun city this is. We then walked to Canal Street only a few blocks away and suddenly we were in a city, with shops and traffic. It was such a contrast to the French ...
... fascinating, learnt so much about the French Creole / Cajun - something I knew absolutely nothing about. Loads about the plantation, slavery, the 4 generations of the Duparc family and more. Our tour guide Rose was fantastic. So engrossed in its history and way of life on the plantations along the Mississippi. LOVED this tour. Next stop was Oak Alley Plantation. This external part of the plantation leading up ...