Country Inn and Suites New Orleans Airport
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Today was a bit of a lazy day. Didn't do to much. We went on a Mule and cart tour to the St. Louis cemetery and got to view some very old graves. Nicholas Cage has already have a tomb there for when he passes in the shape of a pyramid. It stands out like a sore thumb. Nicholas also had a house there but he was removed for not paying his taxes to the IRS (income revenue service). Then the tour continued around the French Quarters here they have ...
... ground and then 3 levels of pedways so you can interact with the aircraft from all angles.
I was very thorough and examined all of the exhibits from all levels. Most planes also had an interactive electronic display where you could explore the plane, its crew and its various missions.
The final activity was to be part of the last mission of the USS Tang, a WWII diesel submarine that was one of the most successful ...
... I think that was a mistake. Lafayette Cemetery 1 is the oldest of the city run cemetery and is non denominational. It was named for the City of Lafayette which was annexed to the city of Mew Orleans as the 4th District. The City of New Orleans that once was the City Lafayette consists of 2 designated historical districts, the Irish Channel and the Garden District. The residents of the Irish Channel were 1st generation immigrants many from Ireland and Germany the two ...
... 300 acres, City Park is one of the biggest urban parks in the United States. In the park is the Sydney & Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden. The Sculpture Garden has some very strange sculptures. There were two sculptures that I will remember for a long time to come:
The first being a sculpture of a man covered in small birds pecking him.
The second was also of a man but this sculpture is a man hanging from a scaffold by his legs.
... called Marigny, a nice bar on the corner of Royal, diagonally across from Washington Square. I ordered a Tequila Tiff which was made with Espelon Reposado, agave nectar, grapefruit juice and soda. Also ordered a cup of the soup du jour - Gumbo. Yumbo! It was about 3.30 but the staff outnumbered the patrons by 3:4. I was expecting prices to be lower here than the Quarter, but my cocktail cost $9, which is pretty much what I'd be paying back in the touristy area. Hopefully I ...