Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast
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... was fantastic. I smiled and gave him $20. He said that won't get you Charlie. I said no but that's for the rap. As he grabbed at the note, I held the other end. We had one end each. I looked him in the eye and said can you promise me one thing. He said what's that? I said when you get caught, and you're sitting in a holding cell, I want you to think of me and this moment. That you just made money as a rapper. And you're very good. He said you're a wise man, and I'm a coke ...
... in the room seem nice, even if the room is skanky. I don't think it gets cleaned ever. They tell me about the streetcar that takes you downtown so I head out to do that. Walk along the river and I explore the French quarter for a while, find somewhere for some lunch and have some jambalaya. It is so hot!!!! Like insane heat, the air is so thick and muggy and I'm ...
... weekends it takes on a whole new and very young personality, especially on event weekends. This weekend was the annual "Red Dress Charity Run" for heart disease. This is an event where women…and men dress up in red dresses, some quite skimpy and and run 5K. The run takes place first thing in the morning but the red dresses are seen all around town well into the evening, mainly on ...
... 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 ...
... I am the one who plays with it most it was probably me. EMBARASSED after complaining several times. (:
So.... according to the bus tour guides, everything in New Orleans is bigger, most and better than anywhere else. Imagine my surprise when the boat narrator said the Mississippi is only the third largest river in the world. It drains rivers and creeks from at least the Rockies and maybe further into the Gulf of Mexico. I had thought that ...