Residence Inn New Orleans Metairie
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... Early on my ride I passed through City Park which occupies over 1000 acres with many sports fields as well as picnic and natural treed areas.
Returning home around 4 p.m. I relaxed and got ready for another evening of Cajun cooking and music. I ate at "Pralines" on Frenchmen Street before listening to some more jazz on the street. Not feeling like a late night, I walked back to my room and worked on this blog entry.
... the view. You could see the levy’s built to protect the city and also the damage from Hurricane Katrina on structures that lined the bank. It was a nice way to spend the afternoon and also see a different side to New Orleans. When we got back we headed back into the French Quarter to wander the streets for one last time and have a drink or two and see the sights. Today was a bit busier as there was also a concert/festival on for the Sugar bowl ...
... all worked out though, because about 6 days ago I received an envelope with my Visa, Passport, and plane tickets for tomorrow, Wednesday, October 15th! I am moving to CHINA! WOW!
Nothing changes though, I am still Annabelle, so naturally I didn’t start packing until 11 this morning (Tuesday the 14th). If you know me this won’t surprise you at all. I read online that many of the people training with me in Shanghai are planning on ...
... br> inside it had so much charm and character that we really fell in love with the
place. It reminded us a lot of the Caribbean,
the pastel color scheme and the cottage furniture. The breakfast was Creole.
The first morning it was grits, eggs and bacon and some fancy cinnamon rolls, croissants
and other baked goodies. The second morning it was shrimps on grits with a very
tasty spicy Creole sauce. Very delicious! We
spend three days and ...
... 8220;ghetto” of Illinois ranks in the bottom 20% compared to finding yourself on the wrong street with a “map-a-matically challenged” co-pilot just outside of downtown New Orleans. After discovering the one lane HOV passages Lorraine safely got us to our destination and we crashed for the night, having spent very little of our trip napping.
The next morning I lay wide awake at 5:30 a.m. I knew I was still tired but could not fall asleep so ...