Sun Suites Of New Orleans
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... knowledge and was able to answer any questions the group had. I was lucky enough to visit my friend’s shotgun style house during the first evening and the style is completely different. There are two units and each room is also a walkway through the house. A downside to this style is disturbing roommates or family members if you want to cook something in the kitchen but it helps to keep a simple living space. My friends only pay $750 a month for their unit. ...
... Elizabeth was able to stay in a house built for her at the back and very nice to have a say to oversee the business until her death. We had a bout 20 minutes to look in the gift shop and left to pick up the people from the Oak Plantation tour which looked gorgeous too. We left at 3.15 pm and arrived back at the hotel after getting geographically dispersed at 5.25 pm to be ready at 6.00 pm for the Natchez cruise dinner down the Mississippi River, ...
... of course is an excellent way of forcing sides to cooperate. All in all, the tour was excellent. I would certainly recommend it if you are to find yourself in the Big Easy and there are loads to choose from. This one wasn't our first choice. There is one tour company which offers a 'Pay what you want' policy, but this books up fast, so get in there early for this choice. So today? Well, another fantastic morning before we left. We enrolled on a cooking demonstration ...
Spending four days in the New Orleans area..... wow.... and we survived! This may be a bit longer blog post than others, mostly because we visited so many different venues, a great time for both of us!! Sit and relax and enjoy the photos as we tell our story. This is a fun city.
Sitting on a balcony overlooking the French Quarter, having a bowl of gumbo, homemade bread, and a glass of red wine.... life is ...
... that was riddled with poverty. There were bars on the windows and graffiti on most empty surfaces, so it did not feel like a safe place; we were both happy when we reached the correct road. We made our way across the Lake Pontchartrain causeway. Although this impressive body of water is only 12-14 feet deep, it is 24 miles wide and 40 miles long—so you ...