Margaret Gardens Inn
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... our last afternoon and took a drive around some of the areas of town further out from the center. There is a lot of interesting history in Louisiana, including the times of slavery. After leaving New Orleans we went to an old sugar plantation called Laura Plantation. We took a tour around the grounds and learned about the family and their slaves who worked on the land. It was interesting but very sad to learn about the conditions and treatment of the ...
... a little while before disappearing. He came back for his phone, then went again.
The guy who had his text message alert on the clowns horn noise, but the volume up loud, and a fair few text conversations on the go by the sounds. Turn the bugger down!
The two across the aisle who keep snoring... oh wait, that's Julie and Sandy! haha :P *Sorry guys couldn't resist ...
... evening, I was invited to tag along with Andy and some of his conference peeps for dinner at Arnaud's. The food at Arnaud's is delectable and the ambiance is very charming with an old world feel. Three men go from table to table with musical instruments taking requests and entertaining the crowd with jazz classics. And if it's your birthday, they'll be sure to give you a very jazzy birthday ...
... was excellent and the waiter, Jeff, kept us entertained the whole time we were there.
Once again New Orleans was cold, low 40's. We decided to walk down the Mississippi River via the Moon walk named after a former mayor. After walking down the boardwalk we did some shopping and happened upon a historic celebration. It seemed that Jan 8, 2015 was the 200th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans, ...
... Brisbane kind of Winter day lugging the coats and scarves again! From the moment we stepped into the cab we knew New Orleans was going to be different and fun! Our female cabbie was dressed in purple with a bouffant wig and had her cab decorated with a Voodoo Queen! She was like a Whoopee Goldberg with Southern charm and drove like a woman possessed! Our hotel is in a one way street so she did a shortcut through another ...