The Burgundy Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to sit in the sun and enjoy some roast beef and gravy Po boys. Talk about messy! It was virtually dripping down your arms when you ate it. I think I ate half Po boy and half the paper wrapping too.
The next stop was Laura's candies, which specialised in pralines, fudge and everything else coated in sugar. Being able to just sample them was good enough for me, but the store did well from our group visiting. During this time, Ted was getting tense. Yesterday I dropped my suit in ...
... was any significance to this but she said it was just because she likes classic movies.
I ordered the Jambalaya Supreme which has generous amounts of sausage, prawns and pork as well as shredded chicken and rabbit meat mixed in with the spicy rice. Very good. Also got the money shot for my last challenge courtesy of the barmaid. Was planning to have an alcohol free day today, but hell - I'm in New Orleans, home of the Go Cup!! I'll have a rum and coke with that ...
... head on down to Bourbon St to see the madness for ourselves. We wander wide-eyed for awhile, there are a lot of drink outlets and a lot of drunks. No wonder tourists get robbed of their belongings when they get so drunk they are oblivious to what's going on around them! Every 2nd shop here sells slushy cocktails and they are dirt cheap! We end up grabbing some food and then check out Preservation Hall which Paul is very keen to go to. They have sold out all ...
First up on the agenda was a visit to the Aquarium, one of my favourite places to visit.
At the Florida Aquarium they had some pretty cool exhibits. Ranging from stingrays to seahorses, there was a great collection of aquatic and marine life.
... might find it a bit confronting.
After wandering through the galleries, I had lunch at the soda fountain. I was looking at the little map thing they gave me and discovered that there was another entire building to explore.
This new building was full of aircraft. The ground floor had a Sherman tank on display, along with a "deuce and a half" truck, an ambulance and a jeep towing a mobile pigeon hutch. Of particular interest was the front end of a ...