O'Keefe Plaza Hotel
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... else. We crossed the most amazing bridge over the river and it was the perfect way to start our time here. This 'perfect time' has been slightly dampened by not being able to find a blimin hertz drop off station and a few more spectacular thunderstorms but it hasn't got us down because the spirit of the locals is infectious! We were both surprised to see that downtown appears to have recovered from the hurricanes of recent years which was a ...
HAPPY BDAY MURICA you are super old (compared to human standards) but doesn't matter because every year you have at least 50 BDAY PARTIES happening for you. Yay for USA!!!!!!!! Today, we started off our day with coffee and beignets at Cafe Du Monde! It was yummy^1776. Afterwards, we were on our way to eat muffulettas when we stopped by the New Orleans Visitor's Center. The place was unexpectedly ...
This morning we managed to catch the bus to Canal Street. The street famous for the Mardis Gras (so Adam told us). We made our way back through to the French Quarter, and I had a delicious coffee and raspberry scone for breakfast. We then ordered some take away chicken club sandwiches from the Hard Rock Café and headed to the dock to board the steamboat Natchez for a tour on the Mississippi River. We ate our GIANT ...
... Street. It's like Kuta and Chaeweng and Caville Ave in November all rolled into one - though I'm not sure that the live sex show advertising is quite so graphic in Thailand as it is on Bourbon St. Today's a wander today, tomorrow we're heading out to visit some plantations and on Sunday we're going to do a cycling tour of the city. Then on Monday we pick up the hire car and the great Southern road trip begins. Stay tuned... Happy Easter ...
... with the next guy. I asked him the same question and he very pleasantly told me there was parking for RV's a couple blocks away but it was also $15. I was not going to pay that so I thanked him politely and pulled out toward the next casino a couple miles away.
The Hollywood was a riverboat casino right on the Mississippi river which was sort of a romantic idea, but it's a docked riverboat so it doesn't really go anywhere which was a little disappointing, but not at ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center