Sheraton Metairie New Orleans
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some time with an English couple on our tour Ken and Margaret both on sticks and talked about photography and toy modelling which Andrew appreciated. We finished up at 9.00 pm and jumped onto the bus just outside. We both were looking forward to bed and prepped ourselves for the next day. We found that we were short on towels and it took Andrew to call 3 times before and hour and a half later they came up with some. I was sound asleep and didn't hear a thing. I slept ...
... venting over, we arrived in New Orleans and made our way to our apartment in the French Quarter, a block off Bourbon street. We settled in after a few small issues getting into the apartment block and went for a walk down Bourbon and it's as tacky and cheesy as it looks on TV and in the Movies. We went a couple of blocks off Bourbon for Dinner at a place called the Gumbo Shop - authentic Creole cooking. Was a real ...
... of the workforce that built fort Adams and when you looked at the stone walls of the fort there were all the tell-tale signs! Myself and Melanie walked along Fort Adams and by the water edge before we set off to take ocean drive road. The views were amazing but so was the company! Melanie had to stop me from talking at various point so that I didn't miss the views, I was so busy blathering away! There were a number of lovely, large houses some owned by celebs and ...
Spending four days in the New Orleans area..... wow.... and we survived! This may be a bit longer blog post than others, mostly because we visited so many different venues, a great time for both of us!! Sit and relax and enjoy the photos as we tell our story. This is a fun city.
Sitting on a balcony overlooking the French Quarter, having a bowl of gumbo, homemade bread, and a glass of red wine.... life is ...
... I left the exhibit. It didn't take me long to leave the museum as I had no need to stop and read the story of the war on all the displays, as I already knew the story and the outcome of the war. I headed to the car. I saw that it was mid afternoon, the sun was high and I had parking payed until 2230. So I decided to walk to the French quarter, it was a bit of a walk, but really, it wasn't that far. I crossed Canal street with it's trams and onto the world ...