Balcony Guest House
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... seems no-one can visit NOLA without stopping in here….. Well-fortified, we continued our walking tour, finding ourselves at Jackson Square, across from St Louis Cathedral. We snapped off a few pics as we approached, a really beautiful church and of course we were keen to check out the inside. But just as we were about to walk in, the local gate Nazi stopped us to say he was locking up. It was just 4.15pm, and despite a ...
... and drove back home. We decided to pickup some drinks on the way home, so we could be a bit more primed than the night before. Bourbon Street didn't need to be visited sober, so how about a few drinks to spice it up before we left. The place right next door to our accomodation sold Liquor. This is opposed to beer, which is sold everywhere. We bought a hip flask of bourbon, and a six pack of beer. The beer was my choice as it was called "Andygator" I mean how could anyone ...
... cruise but sadly was quite disappointing as they only played about 3 songs with the rest of the time given over to the captain talking.
Still dreaming about the po'boy from the day before we headed back to Mothers for round two. Vaughan ordered exactly the same po'boy with me ordering the fried chicken po'boy. Mine wasn't as good as Vaughan's as it was quite dry and needed gravy, but the po'boy will remain a favourite of Vaughan's for some time to come. ...
... illuminated and lines of steam rose out of them each time he played a key. We were treated to old standards, including the Chattanooga Choochoo, albeit in a very high pitched, almost ear-piercing squeal!
We boarded the boat and made our way to the bar to enjoy our complimentary cocktails (we ...
Went to a local swimming pool in Austin, a natural spring. Nice and cold, blew the cobwebs away. A strange looking man had decided to wear a bikini in the pool looked very strange. Jumped in the car and began our drive East to New Orleans, a huge 510 miles. Eventually arrived in Orleans 8 hours later. Checked into out hostel, Bourbon Hostel. On the outskirts of Orleans, we got unlucky with our room. Stuck in the back of the hostel in ...