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... it. Refer during and after photos. So yummy and finger lickin good.
Left Neil to enjoy the remaining sets of Wolfman. Bus 55 home to Canal Street and then walked to Lamothe House. Just us and the driver and one other guy on the bus. The buses are a welcome relief from the heat. The buses along St Charles Street go all night and its only $3 for a day pass
... Jessie but fortunately there is almost always macaroni and cheese everywhere (and people say being vegetarian is healthier…). We all pretty much ordered the same thing (except for Jessie) and feasted on Cajun chicken breasts, red beans, butter beans, and cornbread. I definitely now understood why people in the south sometimes look the way they do….(that may have been harsh…but oh well). After linner (combination of lunch and dinner) we toured ...
... headed to dinner.
Trenasse was the place to be for dinner. As Tyler and Megan got the table, Speck and Nate dropped the chairs and bags at the car. The server was Kai, and after perusing the menu it was time for a variety of dishes: Buffalo Frog Legs, Mozzerela Stuffed Quail, Alligator Tamale, and Creole "nachos" made from cracklins and pork belly. Tyler has to learn the difference between *******ry and Clownery after he throws his dirty napkin at Megan. Speck took ...
... one another then from out of the top of our car yelled, "C'mon New Orleans... make some f**king noise". I guess it was almost a Thelma and Louise moment, as I can't think of a road trip movie involving two brothers. We needed a laundromat and used the i-pad to recommend a few. We went back down to Bourbon Street to see what it looked like in the day time, and were surprised when we got to drive part of where we had walked the night before. I had a Police car following us for ...
... head on down to Bourbon St to see the madness for ourselves. We wander wide-eyed for awhile, there are a lot of drink outlets and a lot of drunks. No wonder tourists get robbed of their belongings when they get so drunk they are oblivious to what's going on around them! Every 2nd shop here sells slushy cocktails and they are dirt cheap! We end up grabbing some food and then check out Preservation Hall which Paul is very keen to go to. They have sold out all ...