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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... was a year old alligator about 14 inches long. So cute! It mewed a bit like a kitten. Needless to say that was our favorite of New Orleans!
Bill and I are not big city people. We did not get out and explore Bourbon Street or the French Quarter; however, we did enjoy our tours! On our last day we arranged to meet up with my cousin Jan and cousin Jon in Slidell. It was a great visit! So happy to catch up with ...
... Although we weren’t able to tour it, it looked very interesting. It is also not in the best part of town.
Once we exited the freeway, we made our way through the narrow streets and found a parking lot. It is located right near the Mississippi River and near the New Orleans Audubon Aquarium of the Americas. We took a few pictures by the river and then headed into town. Just as it was yesterday, it was full of people. ...
I am happy to report there was no grabbing of the gentleman next to me on the plane. Was quite a pleasant landing into New Orleans, and with the first steps outside the airport we knew 2 days was not going to be enough! It was quite a late arrival in and we didn't get to our room until early morning however we were still up early and off to explore. I know I've said this before but it's so hard to explain the places we're visiting. There ...
... we could just walk around and enjoy the area. The French Quarter really is a piece of Europe in American but not quite Europe as it truly is a result of mixture of French, Spanish, Negro, and Americans all creating a unique culture here. Reminded be in a way of Quebec also a little bit of Europe in the Americas. Well as I sit at the Louis Armstrong airport in New Orleans Marge and I prepare to say good-bye for now to New Orleans and head back to ...
... that is the only area I have been to with so many large homes in one neighborhood. It was noted for a number of homes that when they were originally built the occupied the whole block. Later the land was divided to have a couple other homes on the block also. The original home though still dominated the block though. There were kept up well with remodeling going on with some homes.
Our walk was cut short by a downpour that ...