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... the bar, grab a drink, and then walk up and down the street until they finish their drink (or just get ambitious) and decide to get another drink. There is even drive up daiquiri bars around the corner where you can get extravagant frozen drinks without even leaving your car (of course only if you leave the straw
cover on because then it’s not called open container in the great state of Louisiana). What I enjoyed most about this place was first, ...
... filled with draft Abita (32oz of beer) and Tyler and Megan got daiquiris.
PresHall Brass Band- The PresHall Brass is the resident brass band of New
Orleans most treasured jazz venue, Preservation Hall. Comprised of
members of the great Olympia and Young Tuxedo Brass Bands, the PresHall
Brass tours worldwide. Led by Maynard Chatters, the patriarch of one of
New Orleans’ greatest musical legacies, the PHBB repertoire spans from ...
... The only solution was to bury the dead above ground. However, the above-ground burial was a common practice in both France and Spain, where many of the early settlers were from. Even without the resurfacing coffins this practice may have been adopted simply to keep with tradition. In any case, this method is still widely used today, even though the water table has dropped considerably over the past two centuries as nearby marshes and swamps were drained.
... asked the waiter to explain what it was, the waiter said "that stuff'll stick to ya ribs", which deterred me from ordering more.
When we reached Jackson Square we met our guide Joanne who is actually from Adelaide, but after ten years in NOLA, is starting to get an American accent. There was quite a large group on our tour but we were the only Aussies. We visited several sights including Pirates Alley, The Cabildo museum, William Faulkner's house, Tennessee Williams' house, ...
... way. We saw Indian Mounds at Owl Creek and stayed in a beautiful campground at Davis Lake on a clear starry night. We sat by our campfire and talked about what it would have been like to travel the Trace, by foot or on horseback to deliver the mail. It was a magical drive. It also has the distinction of being alongside the small town of Tupelo, which is Elvis’ birthplace.
We took the Trace up to Florence Alabama where we stopped at Alabama Chanin – ...