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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... panels, heat pumps, foundations high off the ground for some. I gather is was a section rebuilt using many architects designing energy efficient homes for the Katrina victims. I was glad we figured out how to get there although it was Marge's idea and wasn't sure I wanted to go. In the end it was worthwhile visit. After the lower 9th ward we went to the Superdome but could only look at it as the New Orleans Bowl was going on. Between the University of Louisiana fans and ...
... around the shops as we made our way along the waterfront. We saw so many paddle boats floating along the Mississippi. It was all very picturesque. We found ourselves in Jackson square soon enough which is basically a park in the heart of the French quarter with a massive cathedral on one side of it. We wandered around here pretty quickly because we were melting away rapidly. We found a little ...
... a bit easier for Paul who managed to find a removalist's trolley, and I had to stand on the corner of our little alley, so that he could see where to go lol.
The room was basic but at least it had an ensuite with a hot shower.
Not sure if the drongo on the front desk understood our request for a large taxi, but we got P.O when after waiting on the veranda ...
... the Mississippi and surrounding the city to break, causing a huge influx of water that was 30ft high in some suburbs, with at least 80% under water and the minimum water height around 4ft. A lot of people left New Orleans after that disaster, and the population is now 100,000 less because a lot of people moved out in seek of higher ground.
New Orleans has recovered amazingly after katrina, and the city is again alive and buzzing with the sounds of blues and ...
... is full of the weird and wonderful.
Every afternoon we experienced Louisiana's thunder storms, with torrential rains and extreme lighting, and theres no escaping it.
We tried another local dish called Jambalaya, which is shrimp, smoked sausage, chicken and a slightly spicy rice. Another tasty southern dish.
Bourbon Street is full of fun from 6pm onwards. The street is blocked off for pedestrians only, all bars serve 'roadies', ...