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Old 08-07-2013, 04:37 PM   #15
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Also stayed at Lake Pont. RV Park last February. No regrets. Shuttle to town very handy. Taxi ride $20 including tip to city center. MUST SEE is the National WWII Museum. Start, while there, seeing 4D IMAX film "Beyond all Boundaries". You WILL NOT regret this. Try eating at "Carmellia Grill" (short walk from City Grey Line Tours) Food is good but service is ENTERTAINING. Good people working there. Enjoy.

P.S Plan a full day at WWII Museum if you go there. Restaurant at museum is excellent.

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Old 08-07-2013, 04:52 PM   #16
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We stayed at the Jude Travel Park in New Orleans. It was easy to get to, no special extras. There is a city bus stop in front that will take you to the downtown area. Get off at Canal St., jump on the trolley to all of the downtown attractions.
Sure beats trying to park downtown and a whole lot cheaper.
We used the bus late at night and felt very safe.
I would recommend this RV park very highly.

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Old 08-07-2013, 05:02 PM   #17
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French Quarter RV park is a great place to stay. Within walking distance of the French Quarter. Upscale and beautiful park. Kind of pricey but so are the hotels in New Orleans. If the Saints are playing it's aroung 60-70 night. Don't leave New Orleans with out eating at Irene's. Best Italian food on the planet.
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Old 08-08-2013, 04:59 AM   #18
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Hi Debbi,

yes, it is our first visit there and we are very excited and looking forward to it

Make sure you visit the Mardi Gras World. I think they are running a buy one get one free right now: learn all about the parades and the floats ...
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Old 08-19-2013, 09:45 AM   #19
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We stayed here last year: Pontchartrain Landing - RV Park and Campground, Marina, Boat Launch, Shuttle

Passport America and daily bus service to downtown.

yesterday we were on the CG "Pontchartrain". It is very nice. But the wifi is very very bad, not really. the owner knows that, but still they offer wifi. And that's not correct. Therefore, we are now one Jude Travel Park. Not so nice, but wifi is exellent. An owner very friendly and helpfull.

please excuse our bad english, we are out of practice ...
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We stayed here last year: Pontchartrain Landing - RV Park and Campground, Marina, Boat Launch, Shuttle

Passport America and daily bus service to downtown.
X2 very friendly staff. I stayed there in their first year and just starting up. They had an outstanding free crawdad boil on Saturday night. Great to see that they have prospered.
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If you get a chance, stop at Louisiana Bistro in the French Quarter and try the FEED ME
offering.... the chef prepares what he wants and surprises you with each course. It was outstanding and expensive
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It's official we are going to Fairview Riverside state park for a week starting on 8-31 - meeting a group of 4 or 5 rv's come on down site 74 IIRC !!!!

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