Days Inn New Orleans East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the end of Bourbon Street and I remember thinking how bad that would be in a nice restaurant with drunkards walking by all the time. It was fun here for a night and I really don't think you need a bit more than this.
We woke up the next day and were a bit hungover. We started out by walking to the Mississippi River and enjoying the old French Style home along the way. There was also a stop in the the French Market. The market was a long narrow strip ...
... our boarding passes, get through security and find and get to our boarding gate all before boarding at 8-30am. I have set the alarm for 6 -30 and reckon that is the absolute latest we can get up (Paul has already complained about having to get up so early) and when we get up, he still has to pack. I have done all my packing the night before and typically end up stressing while Paul gets organised. A hot tip for would-be travelers- find a traveling companion ...
We had heard all the rage was jumping on an air boat, hitting the swamps and getting your gator on. It definitely wasn’t... A tinny with a nice quiet motor would have been way better.
The Yanks aboard our boat were going nuts at the size of ...
... amazing place, needless to say I could not manage dessert. Clive's strawberry shortcake apparently was fantastic (I did sneak one mouthful and I agreed). Mr B's Bistro was great food also, highlights included amazing duck pancakes, panko crusted giant shrimp, fried oysters (really popular down south and even though I love natural oysters the fried ones were pretty good), and braised rabbit. We shouldn't have been surprised by ...