Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... Continued on to New Orleans. Crossed the Huey Long bridge over the Mississippi River, into the downtown area. Drove down St. Charles Street on the way to Harrahs. Lots of restaraunts, old houses and parks. Checked into Harrahs about 4p.m. Had four nights comped. We checked, online and saw they were going for $450 a night!
Our room was on the 13th ...
... week. So this became our collective goal: to ensure that we ate red beans, po'boys, gumbo, jambalaya, catfish, crawfish, and beignets during our 3-day stay. As you can well imagine with this troop, it was not a problem. Friday evening we strolled around the French Quarter and gobbled down many of these items for dinner, finishing up with coffee and beignets at Cafe du Monde. The girls marveled at the sheer mass/volume of powdered sugar consumed (and spilled!) at that ...
... I remembered it being then. The blackened variety tasted like it had been pan fried as opposed to deep fried and I actually preferred this as the subtle flavour of the meat was, I thought, somewhat overpowered by the batter. The texture was slightly chewy, but not in a bad way. It came with a couple of little bowls of sauce - one a sort of spicy tomato, and the other like a buttery, lemon mayo - but I thought both varieties actually tasted better by themselves. A good finish to ...
... are a LOT of chairs throughout the immense lobby area). He got up and left his bags there on the chair and just walked over to the door right next to the chair keeping his eye on the stuff. I also had my eye on it as I turned around from getting our keys and some crazy foreign lady was moving all the bags so she could sit. Hey crazy *****, how about you not touch other people’s ****! I guess in her country (I only say that since she was speaking ...
... choose to blow **** up too, everywhere.
The arsenal was stacked and the explosions started early.
We sat back on the beach with a couple beers in hand and watched the fireworks up and down the coast. Thank you Will Smith.