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... I popped in to look the the church there and admire the windows and also loved all of the horses lined up for tours on the street by the river and market. After our gumbo and praline sampling, we both had a sugar crash, so went to the hotel to rest-up after trying to book a reservation at the Oyster Bar - no such thing apparently, you have to queue up! The line was long... After our rest and second attempt at the Oyster bar, went back to the river and had a beer at ...
... Square, Lafayette Cemetery, Garden District, National WWII Museum, Bourbon Street, Frenchmen street, ate Beigneis, alligator, fried green tomatoes and other southern foods.
We took a Segway tour yesterday for 3 hours. What a fantastic way to get around. Learned a lot about the city. ...
... and went back to my hotel to wait for Mirza.
He picked me up and we went to the French Quarter. I was like a kid in a candy shop, in awe. There were so many shops, restaurants, bars, neon lights, wrought iron balconies... it was just simply amazing. We stopped for coffee and beignets at Cafe Du Monde. The beignets were so good; they are like giant balls of funnel cake. Mm mm mm! Then we were going to grab dinner at some restaurant but they couldn't seat us until 9 ...
... was fantastic. And we saw it all on bikes...with 10 other folks and a tour guide that was as unconventional and enjoyable as he was knowledgeable about his home town. He loved his New Orleans...and so did we! So....to finish our visit to New Orleans.....we had some great “zombie” neighbours on our first trip into the city and we had some very different "zombie” neighbours on our way back out to the campground at the end of our final day. Not only had ...
... saying "gimme a poo boy". Wonder what he might have got?
We travel all the way out to the other side of town to City Park which is a large expanse with paddle boats and long avenues lined with trees very reminiscent of Paris Parks. "City Park is as magical and unique as the city of New Orleans. The 1,300-acre outdoor oasis has enchanted New Orleanians since 1854, making it one of the nation’s oldest urban parks. Each year, millions of visitors ...