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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New Orleans. Yay! It's quite the city. It’s full of crazy people and homeless people. The streets smell like pee and other gross stuff but I like it too. We pulled in on Sun the 21st, the solstice, Father’s Day and my parent’s anniversary. The first day we explored the city. We heard street music and we ate at ...
... host point us in the direction of the nearest bar for a drink or two to unwind after our loooong train journey. 'The Junction' is literally at the end of the street, and we pop along to find the barman is from within 10miles of Sandy's hometown. He's got some craic, gives us taster drinks, mixes us a few specials, supplies free samples of fried dill pickles... and at the end of the night, our bill only comes to $25. Wahey! Welcome to N'awlins ...
... the 1950s floods. He spoke about his family’s cemetery crypt being metres above ground, commenting that it was great to visit your dead uncle, but you don’t want your dead uncle visiting you! We continued wandering along the markets into various gift shops. Anne bought a ceramic blue cross to add to her collection. We visited Dutch Alley, a local artists’ collective where Slavic artist Stefano with amazing waxed, ...
... was fantastic. And we saw it all on bikes...with 10 other folks and a tour guide that was as unconventional and enjoyable as he was knowledgeable about his home town. He loved his New Orleans...and so did we! So....to finish our visit to New Orleans.....we had some great “zombie” neighbours on our first trip into the city and we had some very different "zombie” neighbours on our way back out to the campground at the end of our final day. Not only had ...
... t heard this for ages. Forgotten how much I loved it - I think Led Zeppelin peaked with their fourth album. A guy started playing guitar and mouth organ, and as I was in a reading mood, I took the rest of my drink to go.
The strip is only about two blocks long, but most of the bars already had live music playing or bands setting up to play, and it was just after 4pm on a Friday afternoon. My next stop was a place called Maison where I ordered another rum and coke and ...