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Betraying the Big EasyFebruary 12, 2007 By: Ruthanne Terrero Travel Agent
Did you ever go to visit a friend who had survived a serious illness? There is no question of your desire to see them, but all the way there you had an uneasy feeling because you simply didn't know what to expect. That's just how I felt last week when I went to New Orleans for the first time following Hurricane Katrina. I had been there 12 times prior because I simply love it the city. I cannot get enough of walking the French Quarter and its surrounding neighborhoods and virtually every time I've visited I've found a new side street or a new shop to explore.
I'm now happy to report that the French Quarter is open for business and that you should most certainly send your clients there. The restaurants, the bars, the shops and the hotels are ready to serve with an extremely enthusiastic level of energy; I stayed at The Windsor Court (along with about 100 luxury travel agents who are top producers for Orient-Express Hotels); the service at the hotel was exemplary and the rooms were pristine and spacious.
I do admit I took my walk toward the French Quarter with
some trepidation. A trip up
I walked down
The chilliness of the morning was burning off and it was
beginning to get balmy, in fact, it was turning into a rather warm, Southern
day. It wasn't sultry yet; we'll have to wait a few more weeks for that. But
The challenge now in
That this national treasure has been left to fend for itself following one of the worst catastrophes in our history is a national disgrace. I'm not sure why it's become okay for this city to suffer so; its suffering has actually become a part of the fabric of our culture. Let's hope that the new efforts in Congress have an impact, and soon.
In the meantime, you can assist on the grass roots level by
signing up for Habitat for Humanity at www.habitat.org, where you can donate or actually volunteer
to work on homes around the city. In the meantime, please send your clients
Ruthanne Terrero, CTC Editorial Director