Maison de Lagniappe
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... our time here. New Orleans is a town like no other I have ever been in, such a melting pot of people and customs. If you come, be sure and get off Bourbon St which is a major tourist trap and largely full of drunken people in various states of inebriation (although that is funny all by itself). Bourbon St is not representative of what this wonderful place has to offer. We have only scratched the surface, but NO has a soul that you can feel, even as a casual ...
... cuisine for cheap. Evan had jambalaya and I had a beef po'boy. They were both so good! And huge too. At the cathedral there was a jazz band playing. We sat on a bench for awhile listening and enjoying the moment. Across from the St. Louis Cathedral is Cafe Du Monde. This is what I was most excited about in New Orleans. I got a coffee and beignets. SOOO GOOD!! I'd eat them everyday if I lived ...
... French market to sample Gumbo. I had a seafood one, while Paul had chicken and sausage. Interesting but a tad spicy for my palette.
Canal Street was full of colourful horse drawn carriages and pedi-cycles all vying for space with cars and taxis. Maybe our bus decided it was too much so didn't come as per time table, but made us wait over an hour in the heat.
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... fun and is noisy. There is heaps of shops that sell voodoo dolls and mardi gras stuff. They also sell hot sauce.
Like Vegas, you are allowed to drink while you are walking along the street, so I got a frozen margarita and just wandered.
Barry got drunk.
Its an early start tomorrow so early to bed.
... a drink from Pearl, the token older women that would own a bar… Everyone told us that we were in the right place because this is where the parade ended. It was hot out, Mike was a hurting unit and as the small strip started to fill it wasn’t the safest place for us to stay. On our way back we saw people coming in with smokers to set up shop where the parade would come in.
We knew we were nowhere near a ...