Ramada Metairie/New Orleans Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Metairie/New Orleans Area
Lovely place to stay
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... we ended up I crescent park, overlooking the Mississippi River to watch the 4th July fireworks. They were very very cool, involving 2 river boats 'competing' by do a synchronised firework show. July 4th was a bit boozy so was more brunch time than breakfast when we woke up. We found a nice looking little place called Booty's and sat down to eat. I don't expect we'll be going there again as Leah's took 30mins AFTER mine had arrived. We ...
Like everything else NOLA does Easter over the top. Not one. Not Two. But THREE, yep count them-THREE! The first heads down to Mass at St. Louis Cathedral. After Mass couples in Easter Finery walk through the park and give out Easter treats. Next up the ...
... up the atmosphere before heading home. That night however we both got ill. Wade was lucky he only had a sore neck, head and felt nauseous. I had all of that but was also violently ill. It was terrible, it was like there was some sort of homemade alcohol in the drink (thank god for the toilet in our room), to make matters worse we only had bunks and seeing I am the smallest I was on the top bunk and it really wasn’t fun. We both think it must ...
... chicken dishes and rice and a drink to share. It was basically a mall or shopping centre of stores that weren't on my radar other than Lucky. We wanted to go to the French Quarter. We didn't know what to expect and walked along the river side and met the Flea Markets and looked at art and Peach Records which reminded us of Gaslight records in Melbourne. We walked into numerous souvenir shops with praline, magnets, T-shirts and the like, all different in their own ...
... when a public library was the best friend a wandering busker had. I'd read all about African folk characters and their cultural heroes between my 8 hour busking shifts. One of the most enduring, one of Africa's greatest and most interesting trickster figures was not only a god, but a god of high metaphysical content. He went by the moniker of Eshu-Elegbara, but during the days of American slavery in "the new world" he became known simply as Legba or Papa ...