Lookout Inn of New Orleans
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... Lafayette, LA: $39.48; 211.88 miles; 3 hrs 9 mins
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... out to find. PJs may or may not be good because on the way I discovered a small trendy cafe called Merchant which produced rather fine coffee and very close to base. After a large (triple shot) cafe latte, I think I am ready to face the day.
Paul has a plan mapped out which includes a trolley ride out to the Garden District, then back into town along Canal St and out to City Park to visit the NO Museum of Art (NOMA). This sounds good to me and the trolleys ...
... d get an appreciation for how patriotic these guys really are when it comes to barracking for your country.
The next morning we departed early and followed the windy roads along the Mississippi. First destination was the Houmas House, an old plantation where they kept slaves back in the day. We joined a tour to get inside the house and check out the digs.
... back to our hotel before passin out for the night.
We woke up around 11 the next day and wanted to walk around from the French Quarter to the Marigny neighborhood. We started off at Cafe du Monde, which is known for their incredible beignets. We sat down, ordered 6 beignets, and we discovered how friggin good warm fried dough covered in powered sugar can be. We then walked through the French Market and got ...
Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation's New Canal Lighthouse Museum and Education Center is located on 8001 Lakeshore Drive.
Taking the tour, I learned about the history of the only working lighthouse in Louisiana and the ecology of the Pontchartrain Basin. Very interesting and educational. Well worth the ...