The House on Bayou Road
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... Let’s just say he’s taken up reading in a big way and consented, even suggested, going "entertainment" in the evening. He's also really into dessert at every meal.
We continue our tradition of being of Anti-Social Cruisers, often eatingdinner in our stateroom and avoiding participation in bridge, bingo, trivia games, or sitting around bars making small talk. Just doesn’t work for us.
... and boutique stores that line Magazine Street. Eventually we parted ways and I hopped back onto the street car and stepped off in Uptown at Tulane University and Audubon Zoo. I walked from that point to S Carrollton Ave. where I had an incredibly delicious burger and fries at Camille's Grill. (FYI - I've heard the breakfast dishes here are equally divine!!)
As you might tell from all the pictures, the beautiful houses and buildings ...
... Orleans is about. I have a video clip of her talking about how she will get green and yellow hair for Mardi Gras (coming up soon) so you can pin her accent. She also often finished sentences with 'you know Ma bebe?' 'In New Orleans we will find any reason to have a party. It is one of the few places you can get drunk and pass out on the gutter, then get up in the morning and do it all over again. Ain't no body gonna ask you any questions. Have you been to Bourbon ...
... back to the Hostel, I have a bit of a rest and then meet Julia, from Austria (she's 20 and working as an au pare in San Fran at the moment) who is completely mental. We decide to get some drinks and go out later, the outside area of the hostel is pretty cool, pool and loads of places to meet people. So we chat to a couple of girls from England and loads of other people. We all head to ...
... there and of course the night life and the
music and Creole food was the reason for our visit. The Jazz club’s in Frenchman Street
all trying to outdo each other and one better than the other. We eventually got
in at the Three Muses after waiting for ¾ of an hour. But knowing from past
experience, the busiest places are the usually the best. The music was
fantastic and the Creole Tapas, something to write home about. What a great