Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with dinner and a jazz band of course, Plantation tour that takes in some magnificent colonial homes but also a working cotton plantation. (For the Bayou and Plantation tour photos read "Louisiana country"). The biggest draw card is of course the jazz. Along with jazz wedding (or funeral) parades through the streets you can attend any number of clubs to eat and listen to the music. ...
... to happy with the trip and had higher hopes and compared it to our trip last year. I am enjoying it but find it too slow paced and less interesting for my liking. We arrived at Mobile at the Marriott at 5.25 pm. The hotel is nice and we found that we can't do washing here. Turning undies inside out is my next trick and I don't care. The first thing we did after dropping bags was to come down to the bar. Andrew anted dinner but I was happy to snack if anything. We were ...
... and Swiss cheese topped with olive salad and baked. Absolutely delicious. After lunch we went for a look at some of the shops and I wanted to go to the Funeral shop, here I bought a few things for Irene and Rob, I did buy myself a dress and a top fro. One of the shops as well. We walked back down St Philip street to our accommodation and rested up before going out to dinner tonight at Arnaud's. We left around 6.30 it only took us 15 minutes to walk to the restaurant which was ...
... not more! On our way back to the car Melanie took me into a ice cream shop. It was amazing. My absolute favourite ice cream flavour is cookie dough and cookie dough is such a bigger thing in the US than in England! You can buy cookie dough in the fridge section of a shop and ( though not recommended on the packet!) it is often eaten straight from the packet; adults and children alike! Corrigan had recommended me to make cookie dough with her family, who have ...
... us a chalk graphic of an Ausralian Army badge that an Aussie had draw on the pavement nearby yesterday (as it was ANZAC day).
It was good to get a bit of a view of New Orleans as we drove out to the race course as yet again when we arrived last night we had driven through it in the dark of the evening and not seen much. The French colonial style houses were quite unique. The bus was airconditioned and cleverly they had the radio set on the Festival radio channel and ...