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... illuminated and lines of steam rose out of them each time he played a key. We were treated to old standards, including the Chattanooga Choochoo, albeit in a very high pitched, almost ear-piercing squeal!
We boarded the boat and made our way to the bar to enjoy our complimentary cocktails (we ...
... It was a soup/stew of fish which had a really gloppy consistency! After dinner the fun began! We hit "tropical isle" a bar which is famous for its hand grenades and shark attacks. The hand grenade is a tall glass filled with .... God knows what... Making up 95% alcohol... That drink was deadly! I did however make it through two, not sure it went so well with my wine from dinner. The shark attack was a great drink.... Purely for the fact every time was ordered the ...
... ancestors also came from France to Quebec to Natchitoches Parrish in Louisiana. Found on ancestry that Willie-Guillaume Duparc married Gratis Sevigny (my maiden name) late in the 1800's whether this is relevant or not I don't know.
Laura Plantation was the source for Bret Rabbit and Tat Baby which is a Senegalese story brought by the slaves. A student of folklore recorded these stories as told to him by the slaves. In French they are: Complain Lapin (Bret ...
The French Market Inn was a bit more noisy than we have been used to recently but we had a reasonable night's sleep. Got up lazily and went off on foot in search of somewhere to have breakfast before getting the bus to the Jazz Festival.
Decided to try a Cafe Beignet on Royal Street and have the traditional Beignet and coffee at least for the first morning. Beignets are a fried doughnut covered in icing sugar. Unbelievably fattening. We also ordered a mushroom omelete ...
... group (Melinda excepted) are all “foreigners” (or Yankees) and that just about everyone else is from Louisiana, Mississippi or Alabama. They sure know how to party, and more welcoming everyone couldn’t be!!
So thanks Jeff for helping to make this all happen for us. As the young kids we came across playing touch football in the street put it after Jeff did a bit of impromptu refereeing for them “the old man called it…..”!!