Residence Inn New Orleans Metairie
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Weather: early rain, 65-70 cloudy
States: Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana
Restaurant: Weigmanns, Gumbo Pot and Cafe du Monde
Hotel: Residence Inn Metairie
Movies: Star Wars (Another part)
Car issues: stability track light came on. Happened before after having tires rotated.< …
... change of ownership of the city. The guide pointed out some good places to go on the street. It was a brilliant tour and I'm so pleased I did it, it was a really good way to cover lots of ground, and once I got the hang of it, the Segway was really fun as well. We then headed back via the river, and finished the tour I then headed back to the hotel and got ready for the evening. We had the welcome meeting for the four new girls who were joining the group and then we ...
... little around the city centre again, and took in the very creepy Voodoo Museum. Some very interesting information was interspersed with quite bizarre imagery, all of which led to leaving with a very odd feeling about it all when you left. An aimless wander led us to Louis Armstrong park, and a completely ad-hoc park jam session African style. Reading a nearby sign showed that slaves did the same thing every Sunday, so these folk were just ...
... s Easter Parade with floats and other entertainment winds their way through the French Quarter throwing gifts to the crowd. Last is the gay Easter Parade. Sadly I won't see this one but I did see the first two. Some final fun on my last day in the Big ...
... the Hurricanes as that is the only thing we had the same that night.
Unfortunately for me I was pretty sick most of the next day but I did make it out sightseeing. I wasn’t going to miss out.
We checked out the Garden District where we were staying. There were lots of cool houses and little shops and restaurants. Recovery from the Hurricane Katrina is still taking place and there are a number of homes undergoing renovations ...