R&B Bed And Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Continental Breakfast
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... there was no time for sleeping!! We got ready and went for a stroll along the streets. We were staying in the financial district which was really nice. Tall buildings and coffee shops as you can imagine. We walked through to the 'tourist' area of bourbon street. The area of music and drinks apparently. Probably the most famous street in New Orleans but the locals had said if you want a nicer version of bourbon street head to Frenchman street. Well as soon as ...
... If you are unfamiliar with it- it is the most famous beignet shop in all of New Orleans and has a higher table turnover ratio than the NY Jets. As soon as we sat down a tiny elderly Asian waitress came to take
our order (although I’m not sure how “French” an all Asian wait staff is but oh well). What I really should say is that she didn’t take our order so much as she told us what our order would be because she was ...
... walking away, don't be like my dad, leave something for us" etc.
Sliding into the Funky Pirate they were lucky enough to obtain seats at the bar and had timed it just as Big Al Carson and the Blues Masters had taken the stage. There was no cover but a one drink minimum per set (45 minute set, 15 minute break, rinse wash repeat with different songs from 9pm till they can't do it anymore). Tyler risked his health if not his sobriety, that was already long gone, and ...
... along the way. People were up on balconies throwing beads down to people below. Temperatures today around 18-19 C and sunny. We wore long sleeved shirts and took layers to add on as the day evolved. Then we walked to canal St and caught part of the parade - Krewe _______. We visited LaFites bar - the oldest bar - no electricity. Tried out a "Hurricane" there. Everywhere you look people are walking around with drinks - a fishbowl, ...
... br> Another tidbit, they have huge gambling casinos even though it is illegal to gamble here. LOL One governor got around the law by calling it gaming and not gambling.
They have a fortune teller/palm reader on just about every corner. They are starting to decorate for Mardi Gras with their purple, gold and green colors. Neat stores in the French Quarter
We have driven 5, 830 km since we left LLB on Dec 23rd. ...
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