Baymont Inn And Suites New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... causing trouble with the French and Spanish!!!! The architecture is fabulous here. I have fallen in love with the town houses. They remind me of the tradition Caymanian house, with the wrap around porches, but two storey with wrought iron and beautiful meta work. The second thing reminds me of the big fancy town houses with an opening from the road (looks as if it is a small home from the front), but the opening leads to an open courtyard and the house wraps ...
... officer. A really nice man who told us that he had just done the immigration for the Jordanian Royal Family. Got through all the biometric identification thing you have to do now and then off to collect our luggage. Then another huge queue to get through US Customs, but the officials didn't let us jump the queue this time. Then rush of to the Baggage drop where there was a huge argument going with a man whose luggage they would not accept and he ...
... a welcome to a museum like I did here. The lady at the front desk was super sweet and took the time to explain some of the history before I went exploring and she explained what I'd be looking at throughout the building. There was a group of high school students there while I was. While I was walking through the exhibits, I started talking with some of them. I asked them something and I got a "Yes, ma'am." Haha! I love the way they talk down here. The kids were really cool. I ...
... college aged kids running around Jackson square with there go go cups. There were also multiple groups ticking along nicely at this early hour of the morning. Jackson square looks like it belongs in disneyland apart from the drunks wondering around. There are quality buskers and bands playing everywhere on the streets starting around 10am any given day. Basically there is an endless party in the French quarter. 24hours, 7 days a week. They also have a heap of voodoo ...
... grabbed a coffee and an excellent meal at Cafe Rose Nicaud. Rose was the 1st vendor of coffee beverages in New Orleans. She was born into slavery in the 1800’s. She built a portable cart and sold her cafe noir and cafe au lait. Her efforts were very successful – Rose bought her freedom with her earnings from her coffee cart and then she built a permanent stand in the French Market. Her success inspired many other enslaved woman. Hats off to southern ...