Queen Anne Hotel
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... Natchez to Nashville and covers 3 states. The original trail was how the Indians and then early people got around. There were over 50 different Inns along the original trail that people could stay at.
We drove in 20 miles and then Tom started biking back to the start and I drove the car back. I stopped at Mount Locust that is the only remaining inn that existed between 1785 and ...
... play on his stereo. You like music? he said as this blues guitar started up loud. There was another good looking couple in the car from Arizona. Hey this is great! they chimed in as we sped towards the cityscape. New Orleans is impressive at anytime, but the night skyline suggests something is about to happen well before you get there. Mr Larry turned off into the signs saying French Quarter, and before long the street names were all French, and the traffic and ...
... time to enjoy those amazing beds again, so had a bit of a nap and watched some T.V. for good measure (of course NCIS was on). Doing nothing and being able to fully lie down (and not on the floor) is totally amazing after travelling half way across the south of the United States in a week.
Of course now I have to pack, so really nothing has changed. Peace out from New Orleans xo.
... night, but after sitting in planes for much of the day we both wanted to start exploring as soon as we got to our AirB&B place in the Treme district, and at 7PM headed out to find the French Quarter, maybe less than a mile away. The air was warm (wonderful!) and sticky; I loved everything about where we were, the less than glamorous Treme area (read: rundown and mostly Black), and our obviously being outsiders. But everyone was very ...
... she was going to throw her knickers at the band! Fantastic night. We went on a plantation tour to two different Plantations, Laura Plantation and Oak Alley Plantation, the history and stories, and tragedy that these plantation held was fascinating. A time passed.....in most cases for the better....but still! We also did a city tour and a haunted & Horrors tour.... They were both awesome....it is a town of superstitions and ghosts! Their cemetery's are bizarre. ...