Days Inn New Orleans East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gym class, as I could no longer enjoy playing such a tame, constrained game. (My classmates were shocked, as I was generally pretty good at sports.)
My daughter, Laila, especially wanted to go to New Orleans for the Bastille Day festivities, scheduled for the whole weekend starting July 12; I also wanted to visit a friend who had moved there years ago. We had been warned about walking through various parts of the city, and not to go ...
... some locals. They essentially told us that Bourbon st is great fun, but you're better off to spend one night there and get it out of your system. The consensus from the locals was that bourbon st has changed quite a lot and is too commercialised now with tourist attractions. It used to be great blues/jazz and local art and a lot quiter. Then someone came along and introduced numerous strip clubs and daiquiri bars at every corner.
So that's what we did, we spent ...
... Beyond all Boundaries, basically a summary of the American experience of WW2. It's good but the technology is starting to look dated. Another 2 large displays are planned to open in the next 2 years. Definitely a must do but don't be surprised that you get the sense that there was no one else fighting, especially in the Pacific galleries. The great strength of this museum is its wonderful and well presented oral history collection. ...
... had the tuna sliders and they came out beautifully seared with a bright pink center... if you have ever met Caroline (or possibly ANY Kenyan) you would know that all proteins Must be well done. So after sending them back she was very happy with her well done re-fire. Polly was either feeling super healthy or had a death wish and ordered the Fat City with bacon and pepper jack. The Fat City is a deep-fried, cheese stuffed burger that made a puddle of cholesterol when he cut it ...
... before we could even begin the next step of mental undressing!
My own effort the night before was tacky by comparison, but a personal triumph in its own way. I gathered many of the beads that I had caught at parades on the previous days, as well as a t-shirt (black, with some sports hero front and back, size XXL) that I had caught below a balcony of revelers throwing clothing. I flipped the shirt inside out, cut ...