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... to change for a wonderful dinner at Richard Fiske's Martini Bar & Restaurant. They were one of many restaurants having fixed price 4 course meals for Christmas. We pick Richard Fiske's and glad we did. It was a very enjoyable dinner with live music. A wonderful relaxing 2 hours were spent there before heading off to Harrah's Casino to give them some money. A long but fun day in New Orleans even with the terrible rainstorm we got caught ...
... s the Mustang all on its own on this weird angle parked against the wall. Jock turns to me and says, do you think I should move it over there? Wait Wait Wait (in the voice of the LA pedestrian crossings) go f*ck yourself. We make it to this place that plays live music and there isn't any. You should be here tomorrow night (Friday or Saturday) the guy behind the bar says. I just stand there and after an incredible pregnant pause tell him I can't wait that long. We leave ...
... by high brick walls so the area is totally enclosed and it is super-hot in here. Milton explains that is because it helped with the decomposition of the bodies as they had to be completed decomposed in wall vaults for a year and a day before they could be interred into the family vaults which are the above-ground structures housing multiple family members. Lots of famous people have also bought plots in here, including Nicholas Cage who has a pyramid structure (hopefully ...
... our styrofoam cooler and stocking
up, we left it in our room and headed to Jackson Square. We just
wandered the quarter a bit this first day. Had beignets at Cafe du Monde.In the evening we headed up
to the balcony and had wine and snacks and watched the rather
interesting people go by on the street below.
I think having
traveled extensively ...
... and right in the mix wit the best blues in the world) It was voted the worlds most interesting city.
It's main areas (downtown, and the it's different districts) are where all of the action is. It isn't until you start exploring the suburbs and getting away from the big easy's famous areas that you see what happens in the undergrowth.
New Orleans has a lot of poverty, with 25% meeting the criteria. Also, something like 70% of the population is black and ...