Knight Inn New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the whole day! It was like 3:30 when we woke up! But woke up trying to have a more positive outlook and move on. Could always be worse at least we were both safe and a phone can be replaced. Then when Courtney got up she realised she had also been robbed and her passport and bank cards were gone :( disaster. Now we had stuff to do!! So we went to get food, we settled for macca's because neither of us could care less right now if it was bad for us or not we were hungry, dazed, confused ...
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... and how you can choose a good stone. Tonight was dress up if you like night for dinner, so we saw people in cutaway tuxes and in Bermuda shorts! We dressed up a little and had our pictures taken, but not with the captain! The show this evening was called "Band on the Run" and featured a very energetic, non-stop montage of singing and dancing to songs from the 70’s. Tomorrow we arrive in Cozumel and are going to see some of the cultural exhibits and explore on our ...
... and through Slidell to Pearl River, so named for the mother of pearl inside the mussel shells found there. The tour on a fast swamp boat included lots of information on the ecosystems, Hurricane Katrina, local culture, fauna, flora etc. The guide was very knowledgeable and affable and included a trip through a living Cajun, swamp community.
Back in the city we fare-welled Jeff and Rebecca who promised ...
... scampering for a coffee shop by the cemetery. When we finally left it was still raining steady so we caught the streetcar back to the city to stop at the World War II museum. It was a large museum and the exhibits were really done well. The described not only the military aspects of the war but talked about the home front, rationing, recycling and bond drives and the rapid change of our economy to a wartime one producing ...