Knight Inn New Orleans
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... my bread pudding dessert as she said the first bit was a little bit burnt. How lovely!
The buffet included beans and rice, sausages, some salads, fried catfish and corn bread. Iced tea and iced water is also included in the price, but if you want anything else from the full bar that runs along one wall of the restaurant, you have to pay extra. The catfish was actually really good, and I liked the corn bread too, but the bread pudding was deserving of seconds. Tasted like ...
... shower is good here…hot water and good pressure but be careful not to scald yourself and the tub is slippy so put down that matte they give you or fall all over like I did. Luckily the curtain broke my fall so I managed to recover. LOL.
We went out tonight and walked the streets. We began by walking down to the water. There is a big outlet mall there on the Mississippi and Jym needed dry shoes so we bought him a nice pair of Clarks and had ...
... changed. Although we walked around at night and had quite a few people stop us and ask for money it didn't feel unsafe. It was only after we left that we found out you're not supposed to walk the streets of New Orleans after dark if you want to survive. It was then we realised we didn't see any other tourists walking at night, only locals. It was Hurricane season at the time so it pretty much rained non stop all day and night. But being tropical it was still really ...
... built by then-governor Huey Long in 1932. Also on our tour was the original capitol building from the 1850s. Our final stop for the day was the U.S.S. Kidd, a WWII destroyer that was hit off of Okinawa by a kamikaze pilot in April 1945. It was completely restored in August, 1945, just as the war was coming to an end with the dropping of atomic bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki. ...
... outside! We went to let ourselves in the gate, when the neighbour came over and invited us for some drinks! We asked what was going on and she told us it was a wake for the poor guy who lived a couple of doors down! Another tradition in New Orleans, they have parties to honour the dead and people sing and dance and eat lots of barbecued food! We stayed and chatted for an hour but still feeling tired, said our goodbyes and went to bed! The following day we took ...