Motel 6 New Orleans- Slidell
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Motel 6 has finally stepped up its game. Rooms are clean and you can get a enjoyable nightw worth of sleep.
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... out to open it up to a band, and the venue expected everyone who wanted to stay to pay the cover, $25, which was a joke. I was already inside. So while this girl was arguing the loss of her stool to the bouncer and how she didn't want to move, I left. As soon as I got outside, there were bands on the street, and so many people watching that cars were blasting their horns as they tried to move up the roadway. The atmosphere was better out here then inside. The band broke up and people ...
... picked out, but they didn't have any vacancies, so we continued down the road about half a mile to New Orleans East Kampground (no not a KOA). Anyway, they had a few vacancies so here we are. It was a little tight getting into the site since the ground is very wet and we didn't want to get stuck, but the sites are narrow and packed gravel and the owner/managers are very nice. Tomorrow we start doing some sight seeing on our way to Mobile, ...
... rules still applied. That would not deter us from going to the hot tub after hours another evening, but either way it was pretty hilarious.
We ate our way through the French Quarter with my Mom and explored the galleries, stopping for drinks at places now considered our “favorites” that we hadn’t been to since our first week in town. My Mom and I watched while Erik got his hair cut at a bar for $10, which included any rail shot of his ...
... there were some houses that will never be rebuilt. We drove through a neighborhood built for local displaced musicians by, among others, Harry Connick Jnr. Henry told us about the flood levees and showed us how far below sea level much of the city sits at.
We stopped for a visit at St Louis cemetery, where they bury the dead above ground, often placing multiple family members in the same tomb. We also stopped at the city park in ...
... And prices are a bit more in line with Aussie prices.
Dotted between all these places are voodoo shops, witchcraft shops and a vampire boutique. It's quirky as hell. But to escape the sleaze, you need only turn a corner. Almost immediately you are surrounded by older world French quarters, art galleries, specialty stores and nice restaurants.
Bourbon Street first thing in the morning is a whole other experience. Less ...