TownePlace Suites New Orleans Metairie
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An early start as we are catching the train from Memphis to New Orleans, approximately eight hours. We are packed and ready to go and head down to reception and ask them to phone a cab to take six plus luggage. We wait for ages and no cab so check again. Eventually cab turns up and when the driver starts to load the bags we realise (he doesn't) that all of us and our bags are not going to fit - he keeps trying and we ...
... after the civil war - the husband died, the wife mismanaged the plantation, she died and the place was left in debt, so was derelict for years. The house was resurrected and is now a tourist attraction, with slave quarters, blacksmith etc, some recreated, some genuine. Onto New Orleans and dinner at a cooking school, were we learnt to cook Gumbo, Jambalaya, Pralines, and Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce. As ...
... Years ago I visited the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC on a bike trip (blog coming one day) and somewhere along the line I registered both my mailing and email addresses. Upon my return I started receiving mailings on both addys from The Smithsonian, I was honored at first, but the passage of time soured that and eventually I had to unsubscribe.
After exiting the train car we were left to our own devices, there were no guided tours. I like to ...
... As this is very similar to the other one I would suggest that you only choose 1 of them. After the tour I went and explored the French Quarter some more. I started the audio tour I had downloaded. Then the sky opened up. It started to pour and I forgot my umbrella. I had carried it around all day yesterday and thought I will not need it today. Since it was raining I decided to go to the WW II museum. After standing around for a while I stumbled on w place that ...
... bars and cafes before choosing one which had great music played by The Messy Cookers - double bass, guitar and trumpet. Very good. June was inspired to dance with Amanda whom she had befriended. We had very good chicken hamburgers and a glass of wine we left soon after 10, walked down to the tram stop and waited for nearly half an hour for the tram, chatting to all the other people waiting in the ...