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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Up and at me at 6:30. Want to be on the road by 8. We are getting really good at this motorhome thing. Lol Once we are dressed and had breakfast we can be on the road in less than 10 minutes. Today we are on I - 10 all the way except for a small section on I-12. We are going through lake Charles where there is a huge bridge see photo Lafayette, Baton Rouge, then on to Slidell. Saw a dead armadillo and a possum ...
... to the glass allot otters are very playful, there tank is filled with loads of dog toys that they play with , I'd say there about the size of a beagle dog and they are fascinating to watch. The last highlight for jake ways Frosty the owl, such a cutie, he is a owl that was hit by a car and couldn't fly so he couldn't be released into the wild, he was eating a mouse when we got there. After the aquarium we did some shopping jake got a leather trench coat ...
Today I decided I needed some nice food, I'm always told that New Orleans has the best food. So I found somewhere called Ruby's on the central end of Magazine Street, it was a rather ambitious breakfast: Catfish, poached egg, spinach, tomatoes, skewer of shrimp and grits. It was good, the shrimp weren't very nice ...
... Later in the evening, we were told that this was a hangout of Lee Harvey Oswald, and as such it receives a fair amount of macabre tourist footfall.
We then decided to visit the number one attraction in the city according to Trip Advisor. Being a huge enthusiast of WW2, I was not able to pass up on the opportunity to visit the National World War Two museum. We began with an incredibly moving and powerful exhibit created by Tom Hanks. This 4D experience explained the ...
... ranging from cigarettes to bottles of expensive spirits and the walls of her tomb are covered in scrawled X's left by people asking a favour from the witch queen. My wish was for the bloody rain to go away and for the place to cool down a little.
After the cemetery we trekked down through the French quarter, via Tolouse and Bourbon streets, staggering past countless tacky souvenir ...