Five Continents Bed and Breakfast
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... and tried a load of them, although we backed out of trying the one which required a waiver to sign in order to try it, probably for the best! Later in the evening we chilled back at the house and A.J had rustled up a slow cooked pork joint. So we made po boys! This is basically the term for a proper French bread sandwich and it was bloody good! We then headed out for a few beers with the English and Canadian guys. We popped into the oldest bar in New ...
... up on our first day in New Orleans, Congo Square. It is indeed a monumental leap of faith for me that has taken 38 years to touch down in this fabled city of Louisiana. It has taken me from a ten pound tourist's fate in the never, never land of Adelaide, to white shoed used car salesman, wandering vagabond busker paying his dues, from truck driver to being a dad, from respectable suburbanite to old homeless man, from Buck & Deanne to the well spring of ...
... sauce....yum! We then tried a few more local foods and drinks along with a PO boy sandwich, many different hot sauces (LT was in her element), and a slush puppy cocktail! The next day we took a tour around the city and saw some of the devistation of hurricane Katrina which also made you very aware of how far below sea level the city is. On the tour we also visted their above ground cemeteries where people buy a plot for the ...
... be one of the most active sites in the French Quarter. Michael said it is one of the only places he has seen activity WITH HIS EYES. Most of the time it is your other senses that pick things up or photographs and video footage.
Sadly we couldn't go into the ballroom as it was set up for a wedding, but Matt is super keen to get in there at some stage during our stay.
Hopefully I won't have trouble sleeping tonight!
L & B x
... rooms, headed to PJ's the hotel's cafe, for breakfast. Our server had a magnificent fro and when we asked about things to see this morning before the shows started he suggested the Aquarium, the Insectorium and a strip club over on Idris... That's right, daytime strippers... After breakfast we all cycled through the showers and headed out. Security is tighter this year and we were forced to dispose of our "coffee" before enter the riverfront festival grounds. Caroline again ...