O'Keefe Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... princely sum of $3 for ride-all-day. We hop on one (slow, hot and packed) and head on out through the Garden District to Audubon Park. The houses along the route are really beautiful and I will include a few photos of them. This is clearly an upper-class area of NO. We get off the trolley at Audubon Park and check out the university grounds which are lovely. We are pleasantly surprised to see a hybrid car charging station in the car park of the university.
... that one again, especially with the trillion mozzies floating around.
We found a little kiosk along the highway and went to explore a short path they had out the back. The mozzies found us within seconds, but the depth and density of the ecosystem here was impressive to say the least.
... area that has been a market for the best part of 100 years.
After a bit of time wandering the market, we crossed the street to have a look at some other local businesses. Bec went into a Voodoo/Tarot place and got talking to the operators and decided to have her first Tarot reading. This excited me no end, so I went for a stroll up to Frenchman street to kill the next 15 minutes. When I came back, she ...
... someone might try something as I passed the gas station and the bums under the freeway, but I wasn't bothered. I was extra quiet when I got back as not to wake Will and Erin, though the old door to the patio was sticky and needed some oomph to open. I used the toilet, washed my face, hands and cleaned my teeth, all in the kitchen sink. I then crashed out on my bed and dozed off. I couldn't fathom going into their room to shower. A few hours later, I awake as Will and Erin come home. They weren't even ...
... architecture of some of the business malls, of which there were many. soon were cruising eastward on comfortable freeways. The Chrysler 200 car was very comfortable and quiet. Being VW westfalia travellers, the silence in the car,the cruise control and the reclining seats were quite the surprise. What we saw of Texas was low rolling countryside, little forestation and typical little service station and fast food exits. As we crossed into Louisiana however, the ...