Sun Suites Metairie
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... catholic funerals, she bred her own slaves. It is thought to have had over 200 slaves working on the plantation. Laura was a descendant and completely opposite and looked after the slaves and was wanted equality. She died in the the 1960's of a ripe old age and sold the plantation for less than what it was worth including 7 properties in the French Quarter and the wine business's for $300,000. She didn't want anything to do with it and married a man from ...
... The owners up to the present day haven't stayed long however, suicide, mental sectioning and bankruptcy have all played a role in its colourful modern-day history. Currently a rich Texan has the house, using it only for parties. So I suppose the story continues and only time will tell if there is to be another chapter. As the tour continued, we learnt about the eventual sale of New Orleans to the Americans and the hostility felt by both parties until the civil ...
... polite and pleasant. The woman at our table was from the Midwest.... guess they are different.
After shopping a bit, separately, we retired for some catch up afternoon napping Emile and Karen have been out partying so they slept more while Marie and I dined at a little place called "EATS". We had ceaser salad, mashed garlic potatoes and fried green tomatoes.
We are now out by the pool eating a pint of ice cream.
... You'd think that so many people visit this street, the city would keep it clean, maintained and looking great, but sadly no. The footpath was made of brick and random bricks were missing and the path was uneven. I saw a lady fall when she stepped her high heel into a missing brick space. The road was asphalt but the gutters were brick and concrete. The asphalt was chipped and broken on the edges leaving large holes full of still water. Pot holes on the road ...
... held daily in the magnificent church.
I could not help but think of the money changer story in the Bible when I saw the fortune tellers, musicians and magicians in front of the Cathedral.
We did not visit the museums or stores in the area, because we were ready to be home.
We took a wrong turn and ended up in ...