Residence Inn New Orleans Downtown
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... night consisted of 151 Alpha male Joe, smiley Nick yacking on Bourbon St. and Obliterated Bryan transforming into a whew girl and high-fiving every human being in reach (including the awesome NOLA cops on every corner giggling at his drunkeness) on the way to pass out in the car... Bryan was the loudest and most intoxicated person in the city on a Friday night at 7:30 in the evening. Needless to say our night ended early.
After we dropped Bryan at ...
... a couple dancing, obviously well-rehearsed and part of the scene. The man of the couple invited Wendy to dance. She stumbled around in her hiking boots, but really enjoyed the experience. We did a quick trip to the supermarket then had a nice safe ride home in a taxi.
Our experiences in New Orleans have been sensational and we have never felt threatened in any way, but everyone has recommended that we ...
New Orleans, has always been very high on our
bucket list and at last we can tick that one off as well, like so many others
that have been eliminated on this trip.
I must say
it was everything that we expected and more so. We had booked into a very
quaint old but refurbished B+B called Creole Gardens.
Not the greatest to look at from the outside, especially thinking back to our Las Vegas pad, ...
... now loitered the cross-sections as it became deeper into the night. Tourists stopped to take pictures of the work horses, many with Hurricane and Grenade souvenir cups in hand. There were even quite a few stumbling out of the strip taking selfies with the police. As the homeless man previously warned, “Anything goes.”
Finding our way to the hotel in the dark was a little more difficult than what we had formerly encountered. Getting lost in ...
... few beers. By the end of the trip, our Trolley Dolly, Danny was sneaking us free drinks :)
It turns out there is a large Jazz festival on in New Orleans this weekend. (no wonder I had trouble finding accommodation). Get this !! The likes of Eric Clapton, Bruce Springstien, Christina Aguilera, John Fogerty and many many more.... $55.00 / day over 4 days....
Damn it !, If only I had known, I could have easily organised the trip around ...