Green House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to be honest. Second lunch and shopping in the French flea market. I couldn't help myself. They had those crepe things gluten free so I got a banana honey and cinnamon one. Worth it. The market had all sorts of interesting food I would likely never eat like gator bites. Casino walk through: pretty much the same as Vegas casinos. Nothing special... 1850 museum: ticket came free with the walking tour. In one of the main buildings either side of Jackson square. Had a lot ...
In a far and distant land, where natural phenomenons are larger than life, and country is so vast we spent four weeks driving 5,500 miles driving from west to east with an atlas and no gps, a tent in our boot/trunk and friends addresses along the way. Before I got to the states, I had no idea of the geography. Now I can group them and point them out on the map. When most Americans with the exception of New Yorkers (and that's the next blog), say they are from the ...
... height: normal;">After our breakfast, we boarded the Natchez paddle steamboat for a lunch cruise down the Mississippi River, a romantic ideal we have both held since childhood. As we waited in line to board, the engines began to power the steam that would eventually power the huge red paddle on the back of the boat. However, the steam was now used for entertainment purposes. Sitting atop the very top deck, an organist was perched at a white steam organ. The pipes in front ...
... out. I recognised what those 'servants quarters' were instantly; slaves quarters. We walked into my room and there was a doorway that went directly into Erin's apartment. There was no door so curtains had been hung. She explained how this was once a large single house that was designed to have cross ventilation to keep it cool in the Louisiana summer, but at some point it was split into apartments, so that flow was gone, and said that's why the apartment layout was so weird. ...
... rise back up.) So visiting the graveyard isn't as weird as it sounds and all the tourists do it. Admittedly few with toddler. The mausoleums are quite amazing, some completely desecrated, and some elaborate and beautiful. Some famous voodoo high priestess is buried here, but we didn't manage to find her. Probably for the best as Eva would most likely have danced on her tomb and incurred some voodoo curse.
Other than that, this is a city for meandering. So ...