Days Inn New Orleans East
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... went out to the New Orleans Hard Rock Cafe for dinner. We had our waitress take our picture at this new location. We then walked down to the Riverwalk Promenade and walked the mall. And then walked over to the restaurant Cafe Dumond for dessert, beignets. We then strolled back through the French Quarter to our hotel to watch TV and rest for our journey ...
... t help but be impressed when the train got to the lakey parts north of New Orleans. The railway ran pretty much across the lakes , with the water more or less right up to the rails. I think I saw a turtle.
When we got to New Orleans, we rolled out to the street cars which took us right around to Rampart St., just about a block away from our hotel. When we walked into the Wyndham Garden Baronne Plaza, ...
... It was packed but we snuck inside and sat down by the crash barriers. I used to have 2 Boz Scaggs albums I taped off someone at uni but couldn't remember any of his songs. I didn't really recognise anything now either, but after about 10 mins we got moved on by security anyway so we decided to listen to Branford Marsalis in the next tent instead. We were pretty exhausted by then an decided to call it a day before everyone else finished and the queues for the buses were ...
Our first full week of “living” in New Orleans passed like any other normal week. We took care of boring errands, enjoyed a few happy hours and meals out, hung out at our new apartment, got together with our new friends for dinner parties and a movie night, hit up a couple of bars and watched the Super Bowl. Kaitlyn even found a three day gig working for the Rock’n’Roll Marathon. The transition from travelers to residents ...
... of the bayou, which in the past has provided natural protection against hurricanes. Much of the damage to the bayous was done in the 1800s by plantation owners and their slaves building levees to protect the land from rising waters.
After the movie we walked to the American Sports Saloon on Decatur Street ready for the SUPER BOWL! Pretty excited to be here for this massive American event. The game didn't start for a few hours, so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking