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... and butter with cherry tomatoes, shallots, fresh herbs and bacon served over their creamy cheese grits. So incredibly scrumptious - you can tell i'm a foodie.
We went to another restaurant that had $1 glasses of wine and $1 strawberry daiquiris - beat that.
Street performers that are so good they should have their own show, dogs wearing sunglasses, men in tutus, stripers walking the street in barely anything promoting their clubs. ...
... the offerings are a bit dubious:- The strip and live sex shows we have no opinion on but they're not recent additions. The law required all coffins to be placed in tombs for when buried In this swampy ground they tended to pop out in wet weather. This waking of the dead has prompted many tales and these mixed with local voodoo have been built into a lucrative tourist cash cow. This is, on the contrary, a good place to take a carriage tour; but we didn't for fear of being driven ...
... of one of the buildings. I had a look at the photo and I could see what she meant but you never know if your eyes are just playing tricks and you see what you want to see!
Our last stop on the tour was The Bourbon Orleans Hotel - the hotel in which we are staying!!! The hotel was built in 1816, almost 200 years ago, as a ballroom. It has been many things since then such as a soldiers infirmary and a convent. The Ballroom on the 2nd floor is ...
... and the couples dancing near the stage.
5:15pm GE Capital/New Orleans Tech Big River Stage: The Iguanas
The Iguanas are a roots rock band formed in 1989. Their sound has been described as combining Chicano rock, R&B, Conjunto and various Latin styles into a deep groove.
At about 6pm I realized it was getting late, we had a 6 hour drive ahead so if we wanted to be there by midnight we had better clamber back into the car and say goodbye.
... up in a quiet courtyard having a cheese platter with a glass of wine.
With our last day in the town, we decided to tick off some food suggestions which had been sitting there on out list. They were all excellent, the Cajun soul food is earthy and heartwarming, with fine dining at cheap prices. New Orleans is all about food, with over 3000 restaurants to choose from. Everybody had their favourites and we got through a good half dozen. However we ...
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