Country Inn and Suites New Orleans Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... fountain and both agreed that it tasted interesting(like really bad tequila). We took our plastic cups and wandered through the French Quarter down to Frenchmen St where the locals go. We stopped by the Blue Nile to listen to some live music on a recommendation of a local and had dinner in a small restaurant. We watched a group of young guys busking (think they were a school band) on the street corner. Wade grabbed a couple of beers from the shop and we ...
... the street to Jackson Square, where Andrew Jackson's statue dominates the park. On the edge of the park we visited the Cabildo Museum, site of the signing of the Louisiana Purchase, to learn more about New Orleans history.
Amidst the portraits and artifacts was one poignant print. It was a drawing of "Planters in the Parlor" in a New Orleans hotel, where the state delegates met to discuss the pros and cons ...
We were served breakfast this morning which consisted of a cous Cous type dish and vanilla yoghurt, then a muffin with banana and syrup, very nice different from what we normally have but delicious. We then went for walk to find where we could purchase a three day pass for the street cars. We found Walgreen which is a grocer and pharmacy so we purchased the items we needed and we found we could purchase our ...
We went on a morning tour of Oak Alley Plantation.
The van was late to arrive and they asked us to walk up a block to Rampart St because they said they could not drive down our street but we saw their vans all over. We had to switch vans at some point. The drive is long and costs more than the plantation.
Oak Alley is in a majestic setting. The slave quarters exhibit is ...
... we thought the scenery was going to be way different to what it was - we realise the river is very much a working river but the boat went downstream for an hour and all you see are the wharves and container ships and then we turned around and went back upstream to where we began! Still the four of us had lots of fun and laughs.
Went to a restaurant called 'Mothers' which a few people had recommended to us and we decided we had to have a ...