Five Continents Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... looked at the dessert menu and decided the bread pudding sounded great! It turns out he was from Haverhill and Salem in Massachusetts and he had just moved here about a year ago.
This is one of the better places in town, so we looked over the menu and Jody had the Lump Crab Cake with black beans, corn salsa and avocado and I had the Cajun Jambalaya Risotto. Both were easily the best dinners we had while we were ...
... left to catch catfish (the lazy man's way of fishing). We stopped at some point back in the "woods" and the guide got out, walked in the mud in his bare feet, and gave us some information about the trees and the hogs that run wild there. Apparently the wild hogs reproduce so fast that it's open season like all the time. And if it gets too bad, folks will fly by and shoot them down with machine guns. I'd hate to be on a swamp tour on one of those days! From there, ...
... it was closed… again. We wandered the French Quarter catching wonderful street music as we went. At Jackson’s park we sat and enjoyed fabulous music from 2 young ladies playing fiddle and guitar and singing wonderful harmonies. They called themselves “Mama’s Broke’. After this we headed to Antoine’s restaurant for lunch. Antoines is currently celebrating 175 years of ...
... and visited the historic Cemetery. The history and architecture is wonderful. Yesterday we went to the Hurricane Katrina museum which was very poignant and reminded us of the resilience of the New Orleans people.
The music is wonderful and the food is good although super sized! It is true what they say about Southern hospitality. Every corner of the 75 blocks of the French Quarter has something interesting to see ...
... town and small enough to walk around in an afternoon before we met up with Maki, another Tanzanian and fiancé of a great friend. By now you are getting the Tanzanian connections from this trip. We woke up and left at 6 am to make it New Orleans to spend the weekend with Adrienne, from San Antonio I had met in Tanzania many years ago. We kept in touch over the years and I never imagined visiting her and seeing her lovely family. We were swayed by the ...