Dauphine House Bed and Breakfast
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... br> Friday October 3, 9.30pm
Room 1444, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans
The streets were wet when I left the hotel, so it must have rained during the night. It's stopped now though still overcast, and a little cooler than the last couple of days. I walked down Toulouse Street to the Steamboat Natchez office and bought a ticket for the 11.30am cruise which cost $28.50 - $39.50 if you want to include lunch.
About five minutes before boarding an old lady on the top ...
... the cheaper room so not a suite) is small but I expected that being a downtown hotel in a big city. I also expected the awkward quirkiness of the building due to its historic nature as 7 old buildings dating back to the 1860s. My room has an alcove sort of area that has a small closet and by small I mean it goes up to my boobs like in an attic. I think that is all part of the historic charm of the building and that is something I don’t mind. ...
... a few drinks and 25 cent oysters, which were delicious, and ended with far too many drinks. Followed the next day by a head ache, which I quickly regretted spending the day time trying to finish off a report for work. A quick swim in the pool and then time to repeat. We were staying just out of town but caught the trolley into the French Quarter to have a look around at the shops and restaurants and of course eat a Po-Boy and some Beignets. New Orleans cuisine ...
On Tuesday we left Jackson, Mississippi, still unclear of the weather, because the cable was not working at the hotel - another tornado had hit southeast of Jackson on Monday night. By talking to hotel staff and locals we determined that it was safe to travel further south and west to Natchez.
While in Natchez we selected to tour Stanton Hall, the largest antebellum (that is, ...
... a Jazz bar inside a nearby hotel and head a cocktail while listening to a great group playing. Once they were done we decided to stay for the main act and so grabbed a couple more drinks. Turns out the main act was Irvin Mayfield, a young Grammy Award winning Jazz artist who is one of the biggest names in the Jazz world. What a coup to see him such a small and intimate venue. We seem to have a knack of finding great things to see and to, great timing of our visits also ...