Knight Inn New Orleans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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New Orleans, the city that care forgot.... That's what we've been told by everyone so far! New Orleans is crazy laid back - everyone has an amazing 'what will be will be' style attitude towards life. We started with a lie in this morning - 8am! The luxury! We then headed over to the French quarter for our 'food walking tour'. We were greeted with fresh beignets from cafe du monde (didn't even have to queue) - they were amazing! Though coated in icing sugar! ...
... and its roof was made of palm fronds, while Structure 32 is a small masonry temple. It is considered that the former structure was the house of the "Halach Uinic" of Cozumel and the latter the private "chapel" of the liege.
Both structures date from the Post Classic period ( 1200-1650 A.D. ).
... seeling a mixture of food, snacks and souvenirs. It was not that special, but only a few blocks from the Mississippi River. The Mississippi River has a river walk that was not very great. I like river walks, but the river here is not a great place. It is pretty dumpy and dirty. There do have few old fashioned steam boats that can take you up and down the river, but we decided against it because we didn't feel the views would be worth the price. There is ...
... I could sit in a cemetery all day long and just soak in its other worldly qualities. To spend a moment wondering about the people buried there. But I visit again and again.
After our stroll through the tombstones we decided to take the streetcar back to the hotel. At first I wanted to go to City park but Jym could see I was quite distressed by the heat and so we returned to the hotel to freshen up. We then ...
... we though we should eat before hitting the town.
We all went out as a group into the French quarter of 'Norlans'. Specifically, we went out on Bourbon Street which is the largest draw card in New Orleans. This street is gorgeous. It was like we had left the USA and entered Europe. Beautiful old buildings line the street (which is about 2km long). It was Saturday night so it was incredibly busy. Everyone was very festive.
A lot of the attractions at night ...