O'Keefe Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... above; it was a stark contrast to grander, more ornate cathedrals of European cities.
We decided to pop into the car hire place where we were due to collect our rental car for the next keg of our journey. We wanted to clarify a few details with them, and headed floor the hotel we were supposed to pick the car up from. Sadly, this hotel did not have a car rental place. Nor had it ever. The rental company, who I won't name, but suffice to say who will be receiving a ...
... is above ground due to the fact that New Orleans is below sea level and so if they dig more than six feet they hit water. The tombs can hold many family members - the bodies are put in pine boxes which breakdown with the bodies quite quickly - when another family member is to be placed in the tomb the marble slab is removed, brick wall knocked out and the remains scooped into a plastic bag, sealed and dropped to the bottom of ...
... subject) Landed safely in New Orleans, picked up luggage OK but this time Ian finds that his Skimac luggage tag is now missing from his suit case. They were pretty cool ones, but his case does seem to have been picked on this week having lost his Wicks sticker yesterday. Got a taxi straight out of the airport and arrived at the French Market Inn, a recently renovated 19th Century Inn in the French Quarter. Our room had a huge bed and we quickly collapsed into ...
... to Cemetary Number 1 to look around but unfortunately it was all locked up for the night – we decided we’d have to come back in the morning, as we really wanted to go in and see it. As it started to get dark, and even more people descended upon the bars there, we decided to head back home. First, we popped into a CVS to pick up some drinks, and I was finally rewarded with finding the raspberry Arizona Iced Tea that I’ve been looking for since we got ...
Breakfast quite crowded, spoke to the Indian manager & yet again he had lived in England for 25 years, he sold his corner shop in Leicester and bought this franchise & he'd now been here for 25 years. Put on our shorts as it's really hot today at last & made our way to the Varsity theatre - there was a long queue of students outside, turns out not for football but waiting for it to open at 11 for brunch, must be good. Explained to the waitress we wanted the ...