Chimes Bed and Breakfast
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We spent 2 fantastic days in New Orleans (NO). We loved the shuttle from Ponchatrain Landing to the French Quarter and ventured around the city with tons of new places to discover in the Big Easy! NO is a city rich in history, culture, and food that we briefly explored on this first adventure. Jackson Square included the St Louis Cathedral that had beautiful architecture both inside and outside. In the park there ...
... messaged the Pollys that he had gotten lost since he sorta wandered aimlessly while looking for the restroom but lo and behold 30 minutes passed with no sign of his return. The food arrived and Speck and Ross dug in to their meals still wondering if Tyler would return and blessedly he did, completely oblivious to his rudeness. After the meal Ross took her leave wanting to use the pause in the rain to get home. Speck and Tyler watched Colin Lake rock out and eventually ...
... walking along Royal street, I chatted with a fellow working in one of the many art galleries on the road. He recommended a couple of restaurant - mr. B's on Royal (lunch) and Sylvain's on Chartres near Jackson square. Found a great place for lunch on Royal. Homemade soup (tomato bisque) and sandwiches/salads. Very tasty! Then for dinner we tried Sylvain's. It's quite small - we sat at the bar. Rick had steak and I had shrimp and rice - almost ...
Another interesting fact; because NOLA is built on a flood plain all the cemeteries are above ground - there were tours to tell you all the history but we didn't have time for that!
We happened on this cute Cafe for lunch, our first opportunity to try some of the local foods. I ordered Gumbo for my lunch but it was too spicy ...
... art businesses and studios open up to the public on the 4th Friday of every month). It was nice to meet some of the artists and get to know a bit about their community. We especially enjoyed the Java Dog Coffee Shop, watching the Triathlon in Wilmington, walking along the beautiful Boardwalk, and beach combing in the Beach areas that were full of shorebirds, amazing sand, shells and sharks teeth. We even saw dolphins playing and jumping in the waves! We ...