Red Carpet Inn & Suites
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... included exploring the picturesque French quarter. The French quarter was very cool and vibrant with each road hosting beautiful buildings and when combined with the excellent Cajun food (my mouths actually watering now thinking about the jumbaliah) made for a great explore. We also went to a WW2 museum which was very patriotically American but amazingly done. There was a 4D film narrated by Tom Hanks which ...
... be literally around the corner from our hotel.
We spent most of the rest of the day there--about 5 hours in all--and it was very interesting. What I knew about World War II before going there you could write on a 3x5 card, and the museum is really well organized to give visitors a good solid overview of the war--particularly the ...
Doing good thus far have the hair product on the hair and the face product on the face! Going out for fried green tomatoes and Preservation Hall which is supposed to be the best jazz place in town.
Lessons learned today:
1. Baby alligators have soft silky tummies
2. I love fried green tomatoes with andoulie
3,Two T3's plus two hurricanes equals a rockin time ...
... how much gas did it chew, would we mind telling them how much it cost. We dutifully answered, somewhat confused by this turn in conversation, but it turns out one of the policemen wants to rent an RV for his next family vacation. Of course! Rather than ringing round RV companies, what better than to pull over some drivers and get some costs? Great idea. Despite some initially sweaty armpits (us) the whole encounter was once again very pleasant. American cops do get a bad rap on ...
We all decided to go into New Orleans together. We start with a short driving tour and enjoy seeing the typical New Orleans houses. New Orleans is known for its French and Spanish architectural influence.
These houses and neighborhoods are exactly what I had in my mind when I pictured New Orleans. There ...