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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... is this still remnants of Katrina?
Our second trip into the French Quarter was better… we knew what to expect and enjoyed the ambiance... a drive down St. Charles St. through the stately Garden District - Tulane and Loyola campuses & a walk on the levee.
Later that evening we partied Mardi Gras style... joining opening night on Bourbon Street - gorging on oysters and the crazy parade of people. A camper friend we met invited us to ...
... is just the Southern style. Our main meal was fish or chicken coated with flour and spices and fried in a skillet. Holly made the Meneire sauce, and I made the side dish made from vegetables, tomato and corn.
The class was a lot of fun, and Holly and I are determined to replicate the dishes when we returned home. We headed home to hit the sack, as we had an early start in the morning for our road trip to Savannah, Georgia.
This morning, we ...
... Nashville, it was about 4 hour drive today will end up as a long day. Just watching a show called Tosh.O which is a tv show about internet clips but odd and funny ones, just seen something disgusting, someone had a dodgy toenail and he had it cut out, it was filmed and when they pulled it out it made me cringe, but why didnt I look away. Must be hardened to gorey stuff. Someone needs to turn there base down aswell in there car outside, its way to loud and sounds riduclous.
... abodes. It's registered now.
My second encounter with law enforcement last week was when I called 911 (it took me five tries because I was trembling violently) after being hit from behind by a gigantic white van as I waited in a line of traffic for a red light to turn green. I have discovered in the last couple of months that I react poorly to sudden shocks. My heart raced and my hands shook. When the Leawood police officer arrived, he immediately insisted that we call ...
... all places! Curiosity they tell me. And there are enough of them down Bourbon Street. The rest of us wander back to the hotel and hit the sack. The next day I enjoy a small lie in before wandering down for breakfast. After a leisurely tea and toast I head out into the city to explore with Hayley and Jo. First stop is Cafe du Monde to try the famous French donuts called beignets. A must for visitors to New Orleans I’m told. Drenched in icing sugar they arrive and they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed