Lookout Inn of New Orleans
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Had an early morning today. We headed out to the plantations in the outskirts of New Orleans. The drive was about an hour. We visited Oak Ally plantation as well as the Houmas house. After a good portion of the day at ...
... After breakfast, we hopped on the [red] street car to City Park located in Mid-City. Developed in 1854, the park is one of the oldest urban parks in the US and covers 1,300 acres. I wanted to come here specifically to see one of the oldest remaining wooden carousels in the country, but was pleasantly surprised to find the park had so much more to offer. I highly recommend ...
... the girls (and us all!) with fun facts about their beautiful garden, and the many species of birds and butterflies that thrive within. Devika reveled in the scents and textures of the herb garden, and all 3 girls were thrilled to eat fresh kumquats right off the tree. We had a lovely dinner together and thoroughly appreciated the chance to catch up after nearly 5 years. All in all, Louisiana was a great time. We packed our bags and headed towards the imposing and inimitable ...
... all that great. The Crawfish Pie was tasteless and the bottom was burnt and the butter beans were too spicy so I added the rice they had alongside and that made it a little better. The other problem was I was pretty sure we were eating in a Gay restaurant. There several tables with just one man on his own which really looked out of place not sure why. Plus all the staff were men, there were no woman waitress or cooks or anything like that, really strange. We then decided ...
... us, but I have to say, we were distinctly underwhelmed by the street itself. Yes, there was good live music, but the entire area had taken on a rather sleazy tone, more noticeable the further down the street you walked. At the outset of the street, where it traversed St Ann's, the bars seemed to be legitimate music bars - live vocals and pumping guitars were blasting out into the street. However, as we walked further, looking for our recommended restaurant, we were ...