The New Orleans Jazz Quarters
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... It wad served in a rum and cream sauce. Delicious. A great final taste of this amazing culinary city.
A guy was playing blues in the store alcove opposite the Monteleone while I waited for my ride to the airport. He's been there every day since I arrived. Probably there every day. He's good so I ran across the road and dropped a dollar in his bucket. Least I can do for serenading me out of the hotel every morning and in again when I got home every evening.
... we grabbed a taxi and headed for our hotel, right in the heart of the French Quarter. The taxi ride took us over bayous, along the swampy shores of the lakes surrounding the city and finally into the ornate French Quarter itself. Edged by stunning three and four story buildings, each with ornate, wrought iron balconies, the streets are narrow and cross cross the quarter with evocatively French-sounding names.
Full day in New Orleans means one thing..laundry day haha! Got ready and went down by the Mississippi and had coffee at Jackson Sq at Cafe du Monte where a live saxophonist played and we tried beignets. Very authentic! We walked around the French quarter, around the market and through the ...
... so bad I'm sure it was unwatchable, a couple of lesbians who put on a VERY raunchy performance for everyone (why is one always pretty & the other not at all?) . It surprised me that smoking seems to be allowed here as in all the hotels they have signs for $100 cleaning fee if you smoke in the rooms. When we left the band were still going strong but getting more into heavy metal stuff, out in Bourbon street all the bars were going strong but it's enough partying for ...
... hours to watch a game that stops a nation. Nine out of ten Super Bowl fans prefer to stay put in their very own homes with the rest venturing out to friend's houses, bars or restaurants. According to 'Google', there are more folks who’d rather miss a major life event like the birth of a child, funeral of a loved one, important work function, or the wedding of a close relative or friend than to miss the Super Bowl. We experienced this patriotism and energy in a bar ...