Country Inn and Suites New Orleans Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
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What a crazy place the French Quarter is! If ever you get the chance, just take it. A bit of exploring in the morning and a riverboat cruise in the afternoon, we are exhausted. Tomorrow we are taking a street car tour to the Garden District, then back to the French Quarter and music on Frenchmen ...
... only a few minutes away and we had already passed it. We went to the stately home of Beauvoir, The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library. Beauvoir a Mississippi Historic Landmark preserves the legacy of the American Statesman and Confederate President Jefferson Davis and the Confederate Soldier. We walked through the home which was built only one story and built to weather Hurricanes with its hipped roof, same size on all four sides with the premise being that ...
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 walked down, grabbed some drinks (I love that New Orleans allowed us to buy a beer or drink one place and then if we wanted to leave then we could take our drinks with us) and walked the street. There were a lot of bright neon lights and quite a few strip clubs but overall we realized that Bourbon street was such a tourist trap that for the next two nights we should go elsewhere. Around 4am we were sufficiently drunk ...
... round the quarter, until we reached a museum, The Presbytere. This had a whole floor dedicated to hurricane Katrina, which was absolutely amazing! It gave details from before the storm, during and after, using videos interviews and pictures. It really was a great place, and gave a real insight into the effect on the people and the city. It also had a second floor attributed to the Mardi Gras festival, showing some outfits and bit of the floats. We also paid a quick ...