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... after this are on their way to Vegas, then California. Funny. Preservation Hall is packed (as I think it is every night) and the group is made up of old blokes who have been around a time or two. I love this old jazz.
I will be sad to leave New Orleans. This southern hospitality and food is hard to beat. I have to say though it is definitely a town of the have and have-nots. We have seen a lot of homeless, disabled and very poor people. Despite that, we ...
I was a bit hesitant about going to NOLA. Even though we are
experienced travelers internationally, the recent shooting in the French
Quarter and some discussions on different travel sites had me a bit
Our flight was fine and the taxi ride in was fine. We
arrived at the Inn on St Peter in the morning. The lobby is tiny and the
rooms are ...
... from local artists. We got to the Marigny neighborhood, which is known as a live music hub of New Orleans. We went to The Spotted Cat and got a few beers while we listened to a woman named Sarah Mccoy belt out some of the best music I have ever heard. The Spotted Cat is one of the more known places in NOLA and the music was top quality. We then went to Adolfos for some Creole/Italian food and while it was the most expensive ...
... where the Creoles told variations of the tales in their native Louisiana Creole French language.
Talk about swamp people! I swear our tour guide Captain Tom could of been off the show. He was entertaining for sure. Interesting fact - the gators are aged based on their size e.g. 1 foot = 1 year old. There were 3 Racoons playing on the bank and a young gator in the swamp, Tom started throwing marshmallows to the racoons trying to get ...