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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... LA at 2:30.
NOLA was amazing. New amongst old and destroyed next to newly rebuilt. Bourbon street was the same as always. Stinky and packed. We had a couple of drinks and had a great time people watching. I even got lucky enough to see a boob flash!
We stayed in a really nice RV park - the drive up to it was scary and Nita almost asked me to turn around but was happy with the place once we were settled.
... out to find. PJs may or may not be good because on the way I discovered a small trendy cafe called Merchant which produced rather fine coffee and very close to base. After a large (triple shot) cafe latte, I think I am ready to face the day.
Paul has a plan mapped out which includes a trolley ride out to the Garden District, then back into town along Canal St and out to City Park to visit the NO Museum of Art (NOMA). This sounds good to me and the trolleys ...
... br> Living out of Bruce definitely has its disadvantages. He doesn’t have a toilet or shower. That means for any basic amenities we need to find the appropriate accommodations. These however are rarely free and sporadically positioned. We devised an underhanded plan to sneak into a State Park after hours, punch out a quick shower in the amenities building and then sneak back out with no one any the wiser. The ...
... little group outside my door, so naturally I decided to make friends with them. Cause, y'know, keep your friends close but your noisy neighbours closer. The rain never passed but I still had a nice evening in warm conditions with a bunch of Americans and Australians discussing their various heartbreaks and sex lives. The usual stuff that would never normally be socially acceptable with a stranger but because you're all on vacation it's fine. The next day was dry but hardly the ...
... to and from the swamp was a walking book of knowledge and trivia of New Orleans. By the time we returned into the city he was quizzing us as if we were on Jeopardy. Here’s a little taste…
- What are the official colors of Mardi Gras and what do they symbolize?