Margaret Gardens Inn
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... and balconies with intricate details, and then back toward the French Market and Royal Street where I found some art work, stained glass sun catchers and various other souvenirs. I could feel the weekend underway by noon. Streets were filled with music and people. Groups playing music in the streets for money were here and there and the best and most talented drew the most onlookers (and money in their collection ...
The summer flew by. I can’t believe it is already mid-October. When I left Colorado in mid-July I thought it felt like eons before I would be moving and now here I am, after what feels like 2 weeks, getting ready to fly half way across the world!
I really should have started a blog while I was in New Orleans. It really is the most incredible city in the States. I told Mom and Dad years ago that I would live there in a heart beat simply because it ...
... but charming. The part I don’t care for is the toilet that runs constantly and the décor itself seems out dated. I would love to see a more modern twist on the room reflective of the great care that they took in the lobby. The room we are in (508) has a very tiny window in the alcove and lets little light into the room so it is quite dark and gloomy. I think the yellow/gold/olive tones in the room darken it even more. The bed is OK. Not soft but ...
... was pouring really hard but we wanted to keep going. We put on some ponchos and learned about some of the historic districts of NOLA and stopped at places like Jackson Square and St. Louis Cemetery. We took a break at a cafe in City Park before driving down and learning about places like the Treme and Marigny Neighborhoods before heading back to the office in the French Quarter. That night we were going to a show at ...
... were woman of colour (black, indian etc) who entered into common law marriages with wealthy men (most tended to be married to white women already). These marriages were not legally recognised. They held these quadroon balls and this was where mothers introduced their daughters to prospective suitors. Typical terms would include financial payment to the parent and housing arrangements for the placage and most would recognise any offspring produced from the union. This is why ...