Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... unfortunately on the way back we got stuck in a traffic jam so it took about an hour to get back, tempers were a bit frayed by the time we got to our room so Olly & Elliott were put straight to bed, I organised for the sofa to be made into a bed while S&V took two big bags of washing up to the laundry, thank goodness for the laundries here as they had so much dirty ...
... town, when we arrived yesterday an older couple gave us 2 day tickets for the hop on hop off bus tour so we did spend a majority of our on that , much to jakes initial hesitation to do a bus tour it was awesome we now know where everything is, and there is so much history to learn here. after our bus tour which took a few hours we hopped off near our hotel and had lunch at Popeyes we were the only two white people in there haha but the chicken was good, it's like a ...
... a few miles south of New Orleans. A close call indeed.
Our relatives from Washington Parish were not at the front lines which we saw at the historical park, but at the Line Dupres- a plantation between the Line Jackson at Chalmette, and the city of New Orleans. They were the first line of defense. One family story claims that young Beasley Campbell and his friends feasted on Andrew Jackson's Christmas turkey ...
Woke up late this morning and decided to take it easy after yesterday's long walk. Spent the morning relaxing in our room. At about noon I went for a walk over to Armstrong Park. I wandered around and found several statues of famous Jazz players, Louis Armstrong being just one. There was also a square (not sure why as is is circular in shape) called the Congo Square, this is where first the Indians ...
... not used to it and we all went back to the hotel for a nanna nap this afternoon.
I left again around 6pm to walk down to the French Market area and flea markets. I could have spent a fortune as there was so many clothes and nick nacks.
On the way there, I walked along the Mississippi and saw the Natchez paddlesteamer that we will be having dinner on tomorrow night.
On the ...