Super 8 Metairie
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... The houses there are spectacular remnants from the days of southern plantations - grand villas with sprawling grounds and amazing facades. Stopped for a while to wander round an old graveyard, since New Orleans is on swampy ground, no one is buried, it's just row after row of impressive family tombs, very enclosed and not somewhere I'd like to be after dark! We grabbed a pizza on Magazine St which turned out to be one of the nicest ever in ...
... I got a good look at the Garden District. It is really vibrant. There's lots of construction and renovation in the works. It's good to see the city so vibrant after Katrina. I finished my day with an old style New Orleans dinner with friends at the renowned ...
... into the French quarter and explored the area in the day, including a visit to the French market, Jackson Square, St Louis Cathedral and we wandered along the Mississippi. I wasn’t up for drinking after the last night so we went down Magazine st in the Garden District to check out the bars close to home. Wade had a drink in a local bar and I stuck with water. One thing that is hard to get used to here is that you can smoke inside bars. Thankfully I ...
... couple of brooches and bought his mum one also. I got a necklace and I think Issy some earrings and mum some as well as myself at a favourite shop of mine called Royal Treasures at 614 Royal street across the street from the famous Court of Two Sisters. When we came back our card to our room didn't work and Andrew had to get it resided. We looked like winos because we grabbed a beer at the local across the road and we were drinking from a paper bag. We skyped mum ...
... mind, Robert never actually sang about selling his soul at the crossroads, but because of his song about trying to flag a ride at a crossroad, the legend has been ascribed to him.) It was on this stretch of highway that blues singer Bessie Smith died as a result of a car accident on September 26, 1937, but that's another story. And so, on our second day in New Orleans, on North Rampart Street, in the Tremé district, at a tattoo shop called "Art Accent," a ...