Baymont Inn And Suites New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... art businesses and studios open up to the public on the 4th Friday of every month). It was nice to meet some of the artists and get to know a bit about their community. We especially enjoyed the Java Dog Coffee Shop, watching the Triathlon in Wilmington, walking along the beautiful Boardwalk, and beach combing in the Beach areas that were full of shorebirds, amazing sand, shells and sharks teeth. We even saw dolphins playing and jumping in the waves! We ...
Left Atlanta at 2:45pm and made it to New Orleans around 10:45pm (in the next time
For our first night we went to a bar on banks near Logan's house called Finn's. There were sports on tv and a couple people in the bar were really loud but I got the impression that isn't the norm.
The bar, Logan told us, was one of the first in the neighborhood to reopen after Katrina. He pointed out where ...
... family: monospace; font-size: 13.333333969116211px; line-height: normal;">We visited art galleries on Royal Street and saw vast quantities of work we could easily have brought home with us, but sadly lack of space prevented us buying all but two small prints of jazz singers. Then it was off to the main event - Bourbon Street. Famed across the world for the jazz and party scene, the street has become synonymous with the good times to be had in the city. The bright lights ...
... new, it was sitting there looking pretty. But then came along PartyPooper Lois. She said it probably wasn't the best idea to drive and park in some of the areas we would be going with a flashy car, like New Orleans for example. So after dragging me away from the mustang, we settled on a black Toyota estate, yep the American Dream people! But it genuinely was a nice car, it had all the extras on it, and probably was a wise decision (Don't tell her I said that). Anyway ...
... and cultural history. The area was also inspiration for his CD, “Livin a Treme Life” his seventh for Basin Street Records.
The crowd was a bit ridiculous but we did succeed in viewing him as he sang several songs. Tiring of the close quarters, and possibly blocking a path, we drifted back to our chairs. Only disappointment for the Kermit show was about halfway in he stepped back and a woman started singing. From our chairs we felt as though he had cut his ...