Quality Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... away from our accommodation and we were advised to go early - 5.30. We get a table after a short wait in the bar and are amazed at how large the place is (deceptive from the outside) and how quickly it is filling up. We order our meals and Linda and I order duck which is just beautiful. Everyone is happy with their meals and great to get away from the burgers and fries for a while but as soon as you have finished your meal they are clearing the ...
Day 39 A packed day. We went to Frogmore Planation - a cotton plantation with a history back to the slave workers. Whilst the current owners bought the plantation in the sixties, some people who work on the plantation are descendants of the slaves. After watchIng a 30 min video on the bus as we journeyed to the plantation, we had a tour through the cotton aspect of the business. We then had a guided tour ...
... NOLA area and it is this connection that made New Orleans the desired location for this museum.
It has been billed as the #1 attraction in NOLA, and the #5 attraction in the USA. Here is an excerpt from the website:
• WWII was the largest and most expensive war ever and so was the aftermath as most cities had lost major industry and been turned to rubble by aggressive bombings.
Fun facts eh?
The tour starts as ...
... River then headed to the shops. Bought a diet coke which is normal here but double the size of back home! Then chilled in the room for a bit. In the evening we went to Mardi Gras world and did mask making, then afterwards everyone had dinner at tujaques where we got to meet a lot of people from the tour. We then went to the French quarter and watched some jazz being played whilst having a few drinks! Day one done, Panama City beach tomorrow ...
... very old oaks, magnolias, crepe myrtles and many others. Many of them are festooned with beads (like Christmas ornaments) which the people on the floats throw at Mardi Gras. Then had a quick look around a very old cemetery - Lafayette cemetery. The old graves are all above ground because of flooding. Did a bit more on the bus and got off at Louis Armstrong Park hoping to hear the usual Thursday Jazz in ...