Frenchmen Orleans at 519, a Festiva Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFrenchmen Orleans at 519, a Festiva Resort New Orleans
Located in the French Quarter on Frenchmen street and surrounded by jazz clubs. A very cool hotel with very helpful staff
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... It doesn't matter Jock I offer as we get into the lift. We arrive on the 3rd floor and find our room. We know that Bourbon Street awaits, and so we decide to get immediately showered and changed as quickly as possible, which in our case is pretty slow Jock has an order to getting ready, (everything) so he has to iron his shirt before he gets in the shower, but then doesn't want you to have a shower until he has ironed his shirt. It's non-productive and non-sensical ...
... br> After the tour we got back to the van and headed on down to our hotel. This place is like total luxury after camping. The beds are amazing, the doonas so comfy, the bath has jets, there's a full kitchenette (including a sink), a T.V. with heaps of channels and 4 different mirrors. I am not going to miss camping tonight. After a little rest, we headed out to do a quick little walking tour around the French Quarter where we are staying. ...
... in Harvard Square and get high just from walking past the Cambridge Common and breathing. Such vibrant cities!
Laila and I searched out places where we had excellent vegan meals (Mona's Cafe on Frenchmen Street was one of our favorite restaurants), and we learned how to duck in and out of stores and shops with air conditioning to lower our body temperatures before heading back out into the steamy streets. And after a time or two ...
... meridian, Mississippi, and Picayune, Mississippi (I took a photo there because no one would believe the name otherwise!) before arriving in New Orleans about 15 minutes late.
Getting the luggage was something of a zoo--we kept getting new instructions over the loudspeaker (you'd think they'd have done this once or twice before!)--but once they got it going, we got out of the station pretty quickly. Oddly, there were ...
... the bridge (there's a damn cold wind here tonight. I shoulda brought gloves from Vancouver) and peer into the gloom. Don't see anything yet, but I hear music approaching. Of course, in New Orleans that can happen anytime and any place. But I can make out a canoe, with a paddler front and back, with a tuba player squat in the middle. There's another one, two paddlers at the ends, with two slide trombonists in the middle. ...