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Travel Blogs from New Orleans
... style buildings that seemed to be a constant throughout the city. We had some doughnuts at this old French place which we both agreed were the best doughnuts we had both had! New Orleans does have some interesting buskers; some guys were clipping what I can only describe as castanets onto their shoes and were tap dancing (josh maybe we could include this in our next open mic night?). There was a man using steel drums and a saxophonist playing summertime. It ...
... down the set, he wasn't coming back. It was a slow crawl to get out of the main stage area and onto the race track. There were only a few foot bridges that transversed a drain that was between the centre grassed area in the middle and the track itself, so it was a huge bottle neck as everyone went to leave. The festival was finished for the day. When I finally got out of the human crush, I dashed around to the tee shirt stall and bought a shirt. I had to. I always buy a shirt ...
... beignets at Cafe du Monde goes down the block, so I guess I'm in N'awlins. I tell people I'm here secondarily for Mardi Gras, but primarily for Limmud. So far, the secondary act has been pretty good. And I've already become a critic. I don't know how much you know about Mardi Gras - I actually knew very little before coming here - but the weeks before see a variety of parades (organized by different societies called ...
... downtown, a 40 minute walk or 10 minute streetcar ride into the centre of all the action. I had flown in from Charleston after kindly being given a lift to the airport by Toni and Alix, the Australians staying with my host, James. The bus ride into town was simple enough and the driver knew exactly where I was headed, dropping me off at the closest corner and pointing me the way...at this point I was then greeted by an oldish guy stood on the sidewalk who, upon ...
New Orleans.....well, we've been here, done "dat", and bought the t-shirt (2 actually). Its not like we don't do our fair share of partaking in the occaisional beverage but this town takes it to a new level. Bourbon Street is definitely a place to give your liver a workout. We really wanted to take in the food and music here and most of the venues don't have a cover charge but insist you on buying a cocktail and they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking