The Degas House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a bowl of Gumbo, a few beers and of course a Hand Grenade, New Orleans most powerful drink. They wouldn't tell us what was in it, all we could taste for sure was a watermelon flavor. But we loved the design of the glass, it has a long handle that is easy to hold on to and doesn't get the drink warm.
... worth the quirky experience. Once everyone finished up eating we split up and two of us went down to explore bourbon street. We started out at pat o'briens, a place I discovered the last time I was here. And it didn't disappoint this time either. The pianos were set up and the performers were even better this time around. Even got them to play a cheeky down under mix. We also embraced the local specialty drink which ...
... seems to have petered out more than a decade before the "official" end of slavery with the American Civil War. Music and celebration returned to the square just before the coming of the 20th century, but it wasn't until 2011 that the name Congo Square was officially restored and homage was duly paid. All this was the reason I tattooed myself years before with an African Yoruba Cross. I had thoroughly researched the symbol before the tattooing, during my ...
... and find where we wanted to go. Luckily Lee had downloaded an offline ipad app called city maps or something like that. Like an old fashioned refedex (ie. paper map) with a zoom function - i could look up and direct us to the other hotel. We made it. We booked in. They had 2 rooms near each other (on the same level at least). They were 2 star - but hey, it was a bed. And after the last 2 days, all ...
Today, we had breakfast at a neighborhood coffee shop in the Marigny district where we were staying. Next we decided to hit the swamp tour and see alligators! A short drive away, and we were at Dr. Wagner's Honey Island Swamp Tours. We enjoyed the extended version of the Disneyland jungle cruise. The animals were real, and bots ...