Sleep Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... following day to marvel in the French architecture; the street fairs; the tarot card readers; the impromptu street bands; the small overcrowded streets; the countless restaurants and bars;(Café Pontalba(Shrimp PoBoy lunch), Pralines at Aunt Sally's, Frank's Balcony(a NOLA pronunciation of the muffaletta sandwich is Moof-a-lotta lunch)) and the gift shops filled to the brim with leftover Mardis Gras memorabilia. And, we were both struck with ...
well we are safe and sound in New Orleans, the culture and atmosphere of this place is awesome, so many beautiful buildings and the architecture is stunning. The cottages are so detailed , we have fallen in love with New Orleans. We started our morning of by walking to the French quarter which is literally like 1 minute from our hotel, we had breakfast at the French market cafe purely to listen to the Jazz music they were playing with breakfast, we met our first local Too ...
... go in your carry-on. If they lose your bags, you don’t have to worry about washing your underwear in some dirty sink every night and hanging it in the hostel for everyone to see... I pack my underwear in my shoes, but first I roll all of them up into tiny little balls and squeeze them as tight as possible into the shoes. Shoes are good for carry-on too since they weigh more and if you are trying to stay under the 50 lbs. weight limit, every little ...
... with each other on who lived in the most dangerous place.
This then led to my favourite part of the whole trip. The one greenie while trying to impress the other greenie asked the guide why we weren't seeing any large gators since when he had been to the Everglades they were at least 16 feet in length, to which our guide who looked deeply offended said to the greenie, 'say what!' in his deep southern drawl. He looked like he was going to throw ...
... We walked down, grabbed some drinks (I love that New Orleans allowed us to buy a beer or drink one place and then if we wanted to leave then we could take our drinks with us) and walked the street. There were a lot of bright neon lights and quite a few strip clubs but overall we realized that Bourbon street was such a tourist trap that for the next two nights we should go elsewhere. Around 4am we were sufficiently drunk ...