Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... Stunning on the court yards!!!! Ghanaians built their mud houses like that too - except not two storeys and not beautiful! Peter Street intersects with both Bourbon and Royal Street and takes you straight to the Mississippi River. It has again, so many weird and wonderful shops and lots of touristy voodoo. Saw all of that in Benin and it was just as touristy there. You can buy voodoo toys - weirded me out somewhat! Jonathan took me to the Market and we tasted Beignets ...
... leave blocking acces to the desks. We got hold of a man who was doing nothing but seemed to work there and told him we needed to get on to catch our next plane. He told us to leave the luggage with him and go to our gate. We were doubtful we would see it again but decided to go for it. Then more queues through security for the Delta Flight, then a bus to the gate and finally we got there in time. Lucky to get emergency exit seats on the Delta flight ...
... about what I was doing and they were all so impressed. Then they started telling me about some of their travels and I was more than impressed. These kids travel all the time! When I was in high school, the only place I went was the other side of town. Kudos to them! I bought a post card and the lady at the front desk was nice enough to mail it for me. Then I was out of there and moving on to my next destination, the whole reason for this trip: New Orleans.
I got to my ...
... sell creepy voodoo stuff and run haunted tours of the quarter. I ran out of time for one of these but it's on my list. Sunday evening I think I tipped a total of $6 and saw a full nights live music around the streets. And much better music than fringe buskers. My favourite group was called Dirty feet. I think they were from Oklahoma or something. They were busking to raise money to by alcohol and give their friend returning to the UK a good send off. It had been ...
... Nicaud! On our way through the city we saw the most amazing clarinet/soprano sax player in the world – she was outstanding!! Hats off to this southern gal!!
We decided that one of the best ways to see this city would be by bike so Mike found a guided bike tour with a company called Free Wheelin’ Bike Tours and it was just amazing. It was called the “Burst Your Bubble” New Orleans Tour. Our fantastic guide – Teddie – is a ...