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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... wandering. They have a famous cafe here called Cafe Du Monde - there is always a line and people wait up to 45 minutes just for a table. It's mental but they're famous for these donut type pastries smothered in icing sugar. I don't really understand the fuss - kind of tasted like the batter you get on fish from the chippy - but I'm glad we tried it! Walked past a little bar called Margaritaville. Brilliant! There's a famous street here called Bourbon Street. During ...
... night consisted of 151 Alpha male Joe, smiley Nick yacking on Bourbon St. and Obliterated Bryan transforming into a whew girl and high-fiving every human being in reach (including the awesome NOLA cops on every corner giggling at his drunkeness) on the way to pass out in the car... Bryan was the loudest and most intoxicated person in the city on a Friday night at 7:30 in the evening. Needless to say our night ended early.
After we dropped Bryan at ...
... been in.
We started on Bourbon Street which has it's own ambiance with at least 10 Gentlemen Clubs, bars, upscale restaurants, and tourist shops all mixed together on that stretch of road. In the morning when we first went it was pretty quiet but when we returned later that evening there was a significant change. The street was alive with bars and clubs open, people walking the streets (the road is closed to traffic in the ...
... but my last posting had us arriving in New Orleans, when I'd skipped a great place we found, called Tallahassee. One of the reasons we weren't stopping in Pensacola was that the ladies we met in LA, after explaining the planned route said everything sounded great to them - except Pensacola. I said well we hadn't booked anything it was more that we would just drive there as see what fits. They said that Pensacola isn't a place they would stay at and why not ...
... has given shade to slaves seeking their freedom in past times.....amazing.
When we leave the park we walk back through the French Quarter and find ourselves a cafe to finally have a Po Boy. The one we choose is fried shrimp with gumbo. This is definitely heart attack food, but oh-my, it is so good! We end up having a drink and listening to some music on Bourbon St. We pass a Gay Bar and someone has altered the sign amusingly. We decide to end our evening ...