La Quinta Inn & Suites Slidell - North Shore Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while in New Orleans. Temps are pretty warm and humid here - in the 80's.
Wednesday morning (4/9), we put Sandy in doggy day care so we can spend the day in NO without having to worry about him. We didn't want to leave him in the motorhome all day and it was way too hot/humid to take him with us. He was pretty excited to go - I think he needed that doggy play time. They were so accommodating and you could tell he ...
Hey everyone so for the delay , this is the blog for the 18 th and I'll do the 19th after as I have had no access to Internet in our hotel the last few days, So we loved New Orleans it is so beautiful, great food, good music, stunning architecture and all in all just a historically fascinating place to visit. On our second day the 18th we decided to start our morning off with breakfast at IHOP its a 24 hour dinner the same place we ate on our first night in ...
... back to the Hostel, I have a bit of a rest and then meet Julia, from Austria (she's 20 and working as an au pare in San Fran at the moment) who is completely mental. We decide to get some drinks and go out later, the outside area of the hostel is pretty cool, pool and loads of places to meet people. So we chat to a couple of girls from England and loads of other people. We all head to ...
... jazz and Creole food! On a recommendation from the concierge (and our gut feeling after last night) we decided to ditch Bourbon Street and head on out to Frenchmen Street – a more upcoming area reminiscent of how Bourbon used to be. Once here, we popped into a bar where two men were playing in the corner of the room. While we enjoyed a couple of beers, the two men unassumingly sang and played the euphonium. The man singing had the gravelly tone of Louis Armstrong. There was ...
... and very nice it was too - and we really mean that. Left a nice big tip just to be on the safe side!
Anyway here we are in the deep south enjoying a very sedate taxi ride to our hotel in New Orleans . What a change from that crazy stuff in NY. A lovely Creole lady driver who is driving very carefully while humming very tunefully. Sorry when we have to get out at our hotel.
Staying right in the middle of the French Quarter , on the corner of Bourbon and Canal Sts. Rather ...