Canal Street Inn
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... the town neatly in 2. Deira lies on the north and Bur Dubai south, each and every area featuring a own defining characteristics. The creek can be the main artery of Dubai, winding inland from your Gulf for roughly six miles. Traditional teak trading dhows sail over the creek during the day at night the waterfront is often a hive of activity, as Abras - local water taxis - crisscross the lake carrying website visitors ...
Back to bliss normality – a hotel! It's always nice for privacy and a proper bed. I was really excited for New Orleans, just seemed like a fascinating city to me. We started off with a couple of free hours where I caught up on some blogs and had a nice shower etc ready for the evening. We first walked into the French quarter for some food, then back to the hotel with some booze to play some drinking games. A couple of ...
... local we have spoken too when we ask them what they recommend in terms of a 'true New Orleans experience'. They say it's where we will see the best blues/jazz clubs, get the best food and meet the best southern people. It's more off the radar than bourbon st is, and the local vibe isn't ruined there. It's supposed to be a much more authentic New Orleans experience as opposed to a tourism based strip like bourbon st.
Frenchmen street lived up to its name. ...
... issue when the food is so good. But if you visited be prepared! The Commander's Palace was recommended and it did not disappoint. Hard to get into, we managed an 8.45pm reservation. My appetiser was wild Louisiana white shrimp, tasso ham, pickled okra (amazing), sweet onions, 5 pepper jelly and crystal hot sauce beurre blanc. My soft shell Louisiana blue crab was the best crab I have ever had. You get the picture, this ...
... so I can make those at home.
French Quarter Festival Second-Line Kickoff Parade led by The Original Pin Stripe Brass Band – 100 block of Bourbon Street to Jackson Square – 10AM
Post-Parade we wore our beads back to the hotel room and found out that the T-Shirt that Nathan Polly had caught for Megan was for the Tomato Fest in June.... of 2012! We refreshed our drinks and then followed the crowds to the river front where we saw the tail end of ...