Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... into the French quarter and explored the area in the day, including a visit to the French market, Jackson Square, St Louis Cathedral and we wandered along the Mississippi. I wasn’t up for drinking after the last night so we went down Magazine st in the Garden District to check out the bars close to home. Wade had a drink in a local bar and I stuck with water. One thing that is hard to get used to here is that you can smoke inside bars. Thankfully I ...
... as they were only twenty five cents each. I rarely eat at upscale restaurants so I tried foods that took my palate outside of the comfort zone. Though I come from a small fishing town on the south shore of Boston, fish has never been of keen interest to me. The spices used in New Orleans for the crustaceans and various fishes in the city were unbelievable. My opinion of fish has changed!
I decided to walk back to the hotel where I had a bit of work to do. ...
... to, you could go and look at the engines. The dinner was lovely. We tried everything in moderation. There was creamed spinach, four cheese penne, Cajun potatoes, Cajun corn, gumbo which I think was my favourite. It tasted like a gravy with sausage and beef and was so very rich and thick. I had roast pork and mustard sauce, deep fried catfish and tartare sauce. We tried a local beer but I was so knackered I couldn't eat any more. The second sitting came through ...
... of the little lights lining the bridge in arcs like a pearl necklace at night when it is lit up! Next on our tour we stopped off at Fort Adams which is one of the oldest forts in America; it was also one of the longest operating forts in America! When we walked into the visitor centre to find a leaflet, what caught my attention was the Irish Museum! Who knew but one of the first min places Irish immigrants came to in America was Newport, R.I? They made up ...
... on the corner below us and it was just so perfect.
Played a quick round of golf at a private club, English Turn. I remembered playing this course back in the late 90's, a great layout Jack Nicklaus design. Neither one of us played stellar, but we enjoyed being on the course again. Sorry, no scores were recorded, we each had a few 'do-overs just to make it fun'.
Chalmette National Cemetery ...