Auld Sweet Olive Bed and Breakfast
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... Daiquiri place and went to a larger New Orleans Daiquiri bar by where the girls hotel is. Woo hoo, Designated drivers. We added a mudslide, pina colada.
Sunday has been a busy day. We headed for the French quarter, market, Bourbon street and River. I had my camera and had a blast taking all kinds of unique pictures of the ironwork and architectural elements I have fallen in love with. I will be adding a separate blog for the pics so I do not have ...
... like to eat here and they like to mingle. And mingle they did. Our table neighbor was a nice charming older couple (80-90's) They were frequent diners at this restaurant and gave us many good other dining tips around the area.
After dinner, we walked up and down Bourbon Street and I have to say was pretty interesting. I can only say that, I wonder how it smells later in the evening.
After the walk, we headed back to the room and called it a night.
... for a quick 3 minute visit, he refused, even though others were still inside. So disappointing. We continued our walk through the French Quarter, listening to street performers and the occasional music drifting out from bars. Along the way, we stopped at numerous gift and home décor shops. Having circumnavigated all the old Quarter, we arrived back at our car. By now, the division of driving duties is sorted - Jenn ...
... gets us a place to stay. No receipts. No questions asked. What can you do? You go with it.....Because the choice down the road could be even worse.....My heart went out to both of them. But perhaps the little one will rise above it. She is running a campground at 5 after all...with manners and grace of some sort.
We cycled the Tammany Trace Rails to Trails and the trail was not very exciting, but they were celebrating their 20th anniversary so there ...
... and bought some cough medicine.
The food tour began at 1pm at Serio’s Deli in St Charles Street on the American side of Canal. Good sized group of around 16 people and the guide, Lyndel, was very funny and told some great stories about all the places visited. We started with a meat, cheese and olive salad Muffaletta - salami, mortadella, provolone and green and black chopped olives between two thick pieces of bread. Good start.
We crossed Canal and entered ...