Margaret Gardens Inn
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... Ductless air conditioners have more cooling capacity compared to other cooling systems. It is more recommendable than a window air conditioner device is since the latter may block windows and hence present risk to you and your family. Unlike a window air conditioner, ductless air conditioners have 3 ductless indoor units that can cool the entire house quickly if appropriately positioned. In addition, ductless ...
... I also asked for some recommendations for a good jambalaya (Coop's Place on Decatur) and an oyster po boy (Royal House). Coop's was the furthest from the hotel so thought I'd get the heavy lifting over and done with.
The walk through the French Quarter was great. I was afraid that New Orleans wouldn't live up to my fond memories, but I needn't have worried - just as colourful and fascinating as I remembered it. Also, it seems less humid than everywhere else I've been ...
... she says yes and brings them out with a bill. Apparently she misunderstood. She comes back again 5 minutes later and says she's going to give us more wine for nothing since she got it wrong. So we wind up rolling out of the NOMA.
We left the Sculpture Garden till last as it is supposed to be something very special. When we get out there I am bitterly disappointed to learn that it is closed for the day. What a shame to have come all this way and to miss ...
... and I had some competition for her affection that day.
We headed back into town for a look at the WWII museum. We thought we’d knock it over in 2 hours. We were there for 4. It was a really comprehensive, descript and at time moving collection of all things WWII.
... which is one of the oldest jazz halls in NOLA. The show was amazing and we were able to take a picture of the drummer as part of our continued Humans of the US project. After the show we went to the Black Smith Bar, which is one of the oldest bars in the country and then we went back to the Marigny to hear some more live music. We stopped at a bar after a few hours for a round of pool before heading home. Next stop, Atlanta.