Balcony Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
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... the value of the 2 hour tour. When you consider I purchased 72 hours but only used 2, I think it ended up being fair. I wrestled ever so briefly with my moral compass and then moved on with my life.
I went back to my hotel for a nap in the AC and was up by 6 PM. I am going to Felix's Oyster Bar tonight, a famous restaurant that usually lines up, sometimes around the block. Its a Sunday so I am not sure what to expect from the crowds. It turns ...
... found and Tyler went missing for 30 minutes.
Big Easy Playboys- From clubs & festivals, the Big Easy Playboys are the perfect
gumbo:a healthy dose of Cajun and Zydeco mixed with the sounds of New
Orleans R&B and Louisiana rockabilly, and the mix of roots rock and
After a stop at Jax Market for Rabbit Po-Boy and alligator shish-ka-bob.Tropical Isle hand grenade stage for Partners N Crime and the Big Easy Band Featuring ...
... two days in the French Quarter and did not come close to seeing everything we wanted to see. Our third day took us along the Mississippi River outside of town to where some of the old plantations are. There are some beautiful places that have been refurbished, along with slave quarters. All the plantations in this area are private and do offer tours for a fee, which was fine, but we never seemed to be in the right place at the right time for the tour and ...
... music Jake likes. To top it off, at the end of his set he sung some Monty Python and did a monologue, what more can you ask for!
Now this next part of the evening for me quickly goes downhill so I’m not going to bore and depress you all with it. Suffice to say that the combination of alcohol, little sleep and a month away from home all rather overtook me as we sat in a Hookah lounge. I had a bit of a meltdown, cried for about half an hour ...
... with one-way traffic; pedestrians having right of way at each intersection. The buildings are old and quaint, full of charm. The air was quite chilly, still around zero, but otherwise a beautiful sunny day. At the French Markets, we stopped for lunch at Have a Heart Café – shared a crab cake po’boy and a crabcake passion salad both served with remoulade sauce, while we chatted to the waiter James about many ...