Lookout Inn of New Orleans
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... band until Sandy wondered past who plays with them in a separate band. He set down his brown paper bag and got out one of his harmonicas then joined in for the next hour. He probably had one of the most genuine voices I would pair with that kind of band. Not sure what that genre is though. One of the guys played the washboard, drum, bells and various other instruments all at once. Hurricane Katrina I only had 2 days so I didn't get to see a lot of the city but I ...
... as tasty. Still, the music was good and the place had a nice, friendly, laid back atmosphere.
Blew my last $13 on a box of pralines from a place near the hotel. Can't believe I spent $170 today, but I added it up and I actually did!!
Saturday October 4, 4.30pm
Room 1444, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans
Feeling quite ill this morning with a cough, sore throat and blocked nose. Swallowed an obscene amount of vitamin C, then went to the Walgrens near ...
... to Aidan who is two, "...in a few years buddy, we can sell you a drink too..." The town was buzzing with tourists and we were just happy to spend time with the Kings and go to dreamy weenies, a cool hotdog place their friend owned. After a lovely weekend, we headed to the smoky mountains, but this was a long ten hour drive so we said our goodbyes the night before and headed out at six in the morning. As we were swapping it didn't seem too bad and we arrived ...
... or credit then changed his tune. I am sure a lot of seedy **** goes on so I chalked it up to that.
So the hotel wouldn’t let us check in at 2:30 unless we paid an "early check in fee" which is total ********. I have never heard of that and it left a bad taste in my mouth. So we waited for our “official” check in. I overheard her tell some people they could get in the room at 3 but she told me check in was 4 so I waited til 330 ...
... sauce....yum! We then tried a few more local foods and drinks along with a PO boy sandwich, many different hot sauces (LT was in her element), and a slush puppy cocktail! The next day we took a tour around the city and saw some of the devistation of hurricane Katrina which also made you very aware of how far below sea level the city is. On the tour we also visted their above ground cemeteries where people buy a plot for the ...