Baymont Inn And Suites New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... walking as early as 7:30 at night...... So wow that was freaky we had felt so relaxed walking down the streets and ally's at night not even considering something like that could happen in such a beautiful place... Well we would be more careful at night now. that's all for the 18th, blog to follow for our trip to the Aquarium our horse (mule) carriage tour around French quarter and dinner in Frenchman street. Thanks everyone who still reads our journey :) Katie & ...
... for $9) so you would need to buy those at a vendor location. We took the Canal Street car to the end of the line at Cemeteries and tried to look at the Greenwood and Metairie Cemeteries. Metairie is right under the I10 overpass on the other side of the highway from Greenwood. Although I felt safe walking under the overpass (crime wise…it was very clean) it was very busy with cars coming from all directions so it was like ...
... amp; schooners coming and going, plus all the pelicans, and other birds flying and diving into the wate. I even saw a dolphin a couple of times in the water. We returned to the room to check out after double checking and taking a potty break. I looked at the bill and had a charge for room service which I did not order. They tok care of it at the front desk and confirming with room service and I had them check that I had my ...
... I went past the Place de Armes and government buildings which are some of the most photographed in all of New Orleans. The French Quarter is so lucky they didn't get damage from Katrina as there is so much history and old buildings here. It would have been a tragedy to lose those.
A couple of beers in the lobby of the hotel while I updated the blog was a nice way to end a good day.
... I was expecting. I decided it was time to explore nonetheless. New Orleans is definitely one of the more interesting places I've been to. The French Quarter especially is worth a visit. All the buildings look like they've been unchanged since they were built by the French and Spanish. Courtesy of it's geography this rings true. Hurricane Katrina seemed to affect everywhere but the French Quarter, which to me felt a bit like a tourism conspiracy. I guess they couldn't have ...