Old Historic Creole Inn
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... Street on the way to the hotel. PJ's is a nice local coffee shop with many stores in New Orleans. We did stop and listen to Jazz at Jazz Alley for the second night just enjoying the music while drinking Jester's drink. Jester's is just one of many bars on Bourbon Street and it is noted for the 'Strongest Drink' in New Orleans as well a neat Jester souvenir cup. It was really nice just being a little off Bourbon Street and just sit and listen to Jazz played for the ...
9.55 Another superb breakfast starts the day. Nourished and caffeined up, we are about to start talking routes and logistics so , chances are that all the easy camaraderie of day 1 will be blown out of the water as we argue over maps like navigators of old. The plan today is to visit the National World War II museum, which is here in N.O. Then we intend to do the trolley car ride we should have gone yesterday prior to our fateful entrance to Pat O'Briens. The problem ...
... the tour. The grounds are what are really worth the trip.
Soon after we got back our friends arrived. We met them in El Salvador on a mission trip in 2011 and visited them for Mardi Gras in Shreveport in 2012. We also reunited with them on a second mission trip in 2013. They are great people and great fun!
We spent some time catching up and then headed to Acme Oyster ...
• New Orleans walking tour (LP p419) • Voodoo Museum •St. Charles Streetcar Lafayette Cemetery Treme? Outside: • Swamp Tours • Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve • Oak Alley Plantation (Nottoway Plantation, Laura Plantation) • River Road African-American ...
... selling everything from purses and jewelry to Mardi Gras masks and voodoo dolls; and food vendors selling anything you might be hungry (or not) for.
We bought a few small treasures and then move toward the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans.
We walked down ...