O'Keefe Plaza Hotel
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... the hot chocolate was sooo good!
After our tummies were satisfied we made our way back to the hotel to try and get into the ballroom to search for ghosts. At first we couldn't understand why we weren't allowed in. The lady at reception said it was closed from 10pm, apparently it was well and truly after 1am! Not sure where time went!!! Once again, ghost hunting had to be put on the back burner... we WILL get into that ballroom at some stage!
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... are fun, and the fact you can drink on the streets is pretty awesome, the whole stretch is a cheap and tacky version of the jazz scene in the 1920s and 1930s. If a tourist board existed for tine travel holidays, this is what they would create. Even though it's not actually named after the liquor, I decided to have a whisky in a little European jazz bar. Thanks to spending a lot of time with my buddy Tim, my ******** detector for jazz (metaphorically speaking, although if you ...
We have decided to stay an extra day…Our bodies hate us but it is a must. We started off the morning at Willie Mae's scotch house…It’s voted the best fried chicken in North America so Mike was not leaving without trying it. When we got there the sun was beating down and there was a large line up of locals, so we decided it must be worth the wait…and two hours later we were eating fried chicken, beans, and mac & cheese. To ...
... over massive long bridges over swamplands & lakes. We've managed over the last couple of days to spot a number of raccoons and even a hedgehog we think, all road kill of course! Cute little robbers they may be, apparently not so good with the road sense! On arrival in New Orleans we checked into the Provincial Hotel, housed in beautiful old buildings in the heart of the historic French Quarter. Later we found out that ...
... hurricane, but whose name is now synonymous with disaster: Katrina. The city was unable to hold against the storm; too many lives were lost and thousands of people were left homeless. As is so often the case with these tragedies, the hardest hit areas were the poorest ones, and the people had no means of protecting their homes, even if they were part of the fortunate few able to evacuate. We were told by locals that it's taken a long time for the city to stop ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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