Ramada Metairie/New Orleans Area
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... s remove you shoes and get in a full body xray machine (this is a domestic flight) whilst they scan your luggage. When I got out of the xray machine, one of the TSA people says to me that they need to do a further search of my bag. My Blueberry sauce and Maple syrup bottles are a national threat, and I can either check the bag with the airline for an additional $25, or surrender the offending items to them. I don't ...
... revolutionary war; it seems such a long way to come and given that the land colonised by the French was further west and south like States such as Louisiana. Melanie pointed out to me the Pell Bridge which joins Jamestown (which I believe is an island off of Rhode Island) it is a gorgeous, tall, suspension bridge! Do not ask me what the difference between a suspension bridge and any other bridge is; I wouldn't know where to begin! But it is known as the pearl ...
... have right of way and four big vehicles drove right through the intersection while we tried to stay alive. He shook his head and said "unbelievable". I asked did cars have the right of way here. He reassured me that they did not and "real New Orleans's people" did not drive like that, then he gave me a big hug and apologized for the drivers! He was cute as well as having a sweet nature with excellent manners. The people here ...
... else were just slackers. But it didn't effect the outcome of the scenario which was disappointing. I wanted the others who were not doing their job to be reprimanded or publicly shamed in some way, and me, who did what he was suppose to, a medal or a pat on the back, but all that happened was we were sunk. And that is what happened to this submarine in real life. The remarkable thing was that a few crew were able to escape the submarine from where it rested on ...
... create his first release for Basin Street Records The Barbecue Swingers Live recorded at Tipitina’s in New Orleans on Nov. 14, 1997. And now, hundreds of shows and barbecues later, prolonging the status of jazz in New Orleans is among Ruffins pet projects. He consistently plays at venues that cater to the younger set and is often visible in the audience at local sporting events and other activities where some of the city’s youth are performing. “You can go out ...